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Software Developer. Obsessive Compulsive code formatter and documenter. Tabs-over-spaces preferrer but that doesn’t always work out. Server Administrator. Arch Linux user (but not on servers).


Feb
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revised What's the best way to store rice long-term?
Removed extra word.
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Oct
20
accepted How long will previously-frozen vacuum-packed chicken last in the fridge?
Oct
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Oct
18
answered How to cut an egg without the yolk sticking to the knife?
Oct
18
comment How to Replace Icing Sugar in a No-Bake Cheesecake
Are you asking because you eat a Primal/Paleo style diet? If so, it may be worth mentioning as it will influence the answers. The answer suggesting barley malt for example would not be acceptable, as barley contains gluten which the Primal/Paleo diet excludes (just as they exclude processed sugars in favor of natural foods like honey). This information will be useful in helping people up- and down-vote the answers accordingly.
Oct
7
comment How do I deal with silverskin in a steak without trimming away all the fat?
Thanks for the heads up about the prime rib having no silverskin partition!
Oct
7
accepted How do I deal with silverskin in a steak without trimming away all the fat?
Oct
7
comment How do I deal with silverskin in a steak without trimming away all the fat?
@TFD I think we'll agree to disagree. lol. Thanks for your answer though, and for the discussion.
Oct
6
comment How do I deal with silverskin in a steak without trimming away all the fat?
@TFD Additional problems arise with, "Starchy foods are the foundation of the traditional diet. For example, the traditional Hawaiian diet is 75 to 80 percent starch, 7 to 12 percent fat, and 12 to 15 percent protein." That's an extremely high amount of carbohydrates to base the diet on, and is opposite of my diet. The large carb intake can do all manner of things with your body's insulin, for starters. (I'm getting these quotes from my first Google result: faqs.org/nutrition/Ome-Pop/Pacific-Islanders-Diet-of.html)