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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.


Apr
4
revised What does “buttermilk” mean in an American pancake recipe?
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Apr
4
comment What does “buttermilk” mean in an American pancake recipe?
I should add that, if it is thick and the sauermilch is more milky, the dickmilch might be more similar.
Apr
4
comment What does “buttermilk” mean in an American pancake recipe?
@rumtscho- I assure you, sir, that I had no such plan. Simple curiosity. The other three were recognizable cognates.
Apr
4
comment What does “buttermilk” mean in an American pancake recipe?
Please tell me what the translation for "dickmilch" is. Languages are funny things.
Apr
4
answered What does “buttermilk” mean in an American pancake recipe?
Apr
2
revised Baking bread with spelt flour, without using a bread pan
Used the wrong 'its'- what a loser.
Apr
2
comment Why shallots over onions?
I finally went to an Asian grocery store and found shallots for about the same prices that you mentioned above. Looking forward to trying them out.
Apr
2
answered How would I make a Paleo yogurt-based frozen custard?
Apr
2
comment Baking bread with spelt flour, without using a bread pan
Perhaps but I haven't seen wheat starch sold separately from wheat flour and other types of starch wouldn't have the same texture when cooked.
Apr
1
comment What qualities should one look for when choosing Egg cooking gear?
@Michael- make that an answer instead of a comment and I'll vote you up.
Apr
1
answered Baking bread with spelt flour, without using a bread pan
Apr
1
answered What will happen if you cook in a container that has traces from another day of cooking?
Apr
1
comment What will happen if you cook in a container that has traces from another day of cooking?
Are you talking about for cooking or for storage? For me they aren't often the same containers.
Apr
1
comment How to reduce the sourness of homemade frozen yogurt?
Thanks for the ideas- I'll try the melons in the summer when they are in season.
Apr
1
comment How to reduce the sourness of homemade frozen yogurt?
This was perfect. I used my sous-vide controller to make my yogurt instead of the old yogurt maker and it turned out thicker and much less sour. I made blueberry frozen yogurt and it is fantastic.
Apr
1
accepted How to reduce the sourness of homemade frozen yogurt?
Mar
31
awarded  Talkative
Mar
31
revised What should I look out for when creating my own beef jerky marinades?
Remove paragraph that doesn't answer question
Mar
31
comment Can I dehydrate multiple different types of food at the same time?
The temperatures on the dehydrator are more of a guideline than a rule. You can dehydrate anything with no heater at all it just takes longer. Things can be damaged by too much heat. The temps in the booklet then are the maximum temp that those types of foods can handle to dry in the minimum time. You would be fine if you dried two items at the lesser of the two specified temperatures.
Mar
31
answered What should I look out for when creating my own beef jerky marinades?