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revised What exactly is “Sushi Grade” fish?
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suggested approved edit on What exactly is “Sushi Grade” fish?
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accepted Is Consumer Reports really correct about 6 parts water to 1 part rice?
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comment Is Consumer Reports really correct about 6 parts water to 1 part rice?
OK, Sorry @talon8! I'm not new to Stack Exchange but am new to this site. (New as in, haven't been able to think of questions and don't know enough to answer any :-) If this is OT I will gladly delete. It's not specifically a health topic, but it is somewhat.
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asked Is Consumer Reports really correct about 6 parts water to 1 part rice?
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comment Does the use of kosher salt vs. table salt lead to a higher overall sodium intake?
@ceejayoz and it often is: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kosher_salt :-)
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comment Is it possible to cook a whole fish in a dishwasher?
+1 for making me ask "WTF???" :-)
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comment How to test that a knife is sharp enough?
LOL! This was a great answer
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comment What are the pros and cons of Convection Microwave Ovens?
Good answer, and +1 for not including the common misconception that microwaves cook from the inside out. They do not!
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comment Is lemonade better when made with simple syrup?
+1 for "this is why Southern-style Sweet Tea is sweetened while the tea is still hot" -- as a Northerner having relocated to the SOuth, I can tell you that "Iced Tea" up North is very different from "Sweet Tea" down here!