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Software engineer by trade but I came to Seasoned Advice independently of Stack Overflow.

I'm interested in bread, sous-vide, food preservation, dairy, and trying new food.


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comment What is the name for this technique to prepare eggs?
The question said "somewhere between runny and solid" meaning that they are running the entire range from easy to hard- not that his eggs were always in the middle of the range. In my experience, "over easy" is a far more common term than "over medium". Many people have never heard "over medium" or "over hard" at all.
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comment What is the name for this technique to prepare eggs?
@Random832- of course they are all fried but if you order an egg "fried" you will get an egg with a broken yolk, cooked solid.
Jul
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comment What is the name for this technique to prepare eggs?
@WayfaringStranger- That's what I thought as well but the Wikipedia article said that over hard is when the yolks are popped and is the same thing as "fried"
Jul
29
comment What is the name for this technique to prepare eggs?
"Over well" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fried_egg
Jul
29
answered What is the name for this technique to prepare eggs?
Jul
24
answered Why does my skillet burn even when using peanut oil?
Jul
20
comment How do I make dosas smooth and shiny?
I'll try it in my cast iron next time.
Jul
15
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14
revised Casein content after curdling
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reviewed Looks OK How is “nacho sliced” jalapeño different from regular sliced?
Jul
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reviewed Close How much is in a handful of spinach?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the most efficient way to squeeze water out of cooked spinach?
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reviewed Reviewed How can you make gelatin at home?
Jul
13
comment How can you make gelatin at home?
The question is specifically about how to make gelatin for desserts. Presumably the author knows to boil bones. The question is how to purify it for sweet applications. This answer doesn't seem to answer the question at all.
Jul
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answered Casein content after curdling
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comment How long should chicken wait in eggs before applying bread crumbs?
Chickens wait in eggs 21 days.
Jul
7
comment Is wood a good alternative to charcoal for bbq fuel?
That sounds very tasty. I'm going to have to try throwing some lavender on the coals next time! I'm not sure I'd call 15 minutes "slow cooked" though.