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comment How hot is a gas burner supposed to be?
@Jefromi Worked for me. Probably a cache missbehaviour. Please test it now. Tnx!
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Nov
18
comment How does boiling impact the texture of tofu?
@Michael I think the OP refers to the crumble appearance after mashing it - I never did it, though
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Nov
18
comment How should I care for my knives?
+1 This shapener really works.
Nov
18
answered How hot is a gas burner supposed to be?
Nov
17
comment tinfoil at the bottom of the oven (to catch crumbs) is ruining my pizzas
@juskt Of course! The best pizza. Here in Argentina we use to cook pizza in a barbecue over the embers. That's great too.
Nov
17
comment Why do microwave ovens make bread rubbery?
BTW a nice non-scientific article on MOs in Wikipedia. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microwave_oven
Nov
17
comment Why do microwave ovens make bread rubbery?
@Bikeboy389 That was I tried to imply with the word "uniform". Anyway be careful with heating water on the inside as well as the outside. as bread is not "transparent" for microwaves (surely MW penetrate deeper than infrared). You almost sure have seen that when defrosting food too quickly and got a nasty cooked oustside with a frozen inside.
Nov
17
awarded  Scholar
Nov
17
accepted Proper cow bones to prepare holodets
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Nov
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comment tinfoil at the bottom of the oven (to catch crumbs) is ruining my pizzas
@Augenfeind I don't claim generality, but in MY oven the grill insert is shaped in such a way that almost impede convection.
Nov
17
comment tinfoil at the bottom of the oven (to catch crumbs) is ruining my pizzas
I am a big fan of "on the stone pizza", but it has also it drawbacks. If @Dan is used to cook his pizza on the rack, he will find that the "heat capacity" (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_capacity) of the stone take its price in preheating time and energy consumption.
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answered tinfoil at the bottom of the oven (to catch crumbs) is ruining my pizzas
Nov
17
comment Why do microwave ovens make bread rubbery?
I thought that it was also related to the way the bread is heated. In a conventional oven it is heated by conduction, allowing the water content to evaporate as heat flows in. In a MO heat transfer is too quick and uniform.