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comment What features should I look for in a vessel for making Indian curd (yogurt / Dahi)?
By "curd" are you referring to a soft, drained, cheese like paneer or cottage cheese? Curds for harder cheeses are handled differently. Alternatively- lemon curd is a custard but doesn't match your description.
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comment Why does yoghurt need to feed on milk products? Why not plain sugar?
That is a very broad question. The broad answer is that you would get whatever that protein forms when exposed to lactic acid. How different proteins would behave is beyond my knowledge. I've experimented with soy and cows milks.
Apr
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revised Can you bake cornbread in enameled cast iron?
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comment Why does yoghurt need to feed on milk products? Why not plain sugar?
That is correct.
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comment What are the characteristics required for a liquid be considered milk?
milk of magnesia
Feb
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comment How to keep graham cracker crust from falling apart
@lucky- this shouldn't be "community wiki". We don't really use that anymore and you don't get the rep when it's upvoted.
Feb
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comment Can you bake cornbread in enameled cast iron?
I don't imagine those two brands would be that different. If you can preheat it without damaging it, I imagine it would make cornbread just fine.
Feb
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revised Can you bake cornbread in enameled cast iron?
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answered Can you bake cornbread in enameled cast iron?
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answered How to make cornbread less crumbly?
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answered What are the key differences between lemons and meyer lemons?
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answered is it ok to use parchment paper when baking cream puffs