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Nov
23
comment Cebiche dinner considered harmful
Also, be careful with the curation process of Wikipedia. Sometimes the content is way off the mark. In this case it cites the coastal zones of Argentina as a place to eat distinctly unique styles of cebiche. Being an Argentinian myself, I am pretty sure that the only places where you may eat (bad) cebiche here is in Peruvian restaurants.
Nov
23
comment Cebiche dinner considered harmful
Thanks for your answer. There is a slight difference that could save my day: while japanese use is to eat the fish really raw, the cebiche is immersed in acid (lemon juice) for several minutes.
Nov
23
comment Cebiche dinner considered harmful
@justk As per the faq Food handling and storage is on-topic, and cooking-myth is a tag. Also, if you re-read my question with a benevolent mood, you'll note that I'm not asking for a health professional opinion, but about how reasonable is hoping that fish meat will be good for eating raw after a day in a shadowy place. Also: now you know that cebicherias in Peru are closed at night and in Fiji they eat Kokoda anytime. I think these small pieces of knowledge are all about the JOY of cooking.
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comment How to reheat a Croquette without it getting soggy
Very clear and to the point!
Nov
23
comment Cebiche dinner considered harmful
As always, thanks to the community for your effort in trying to get my English legible.
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Nov
22
comment Lamb ribs - how to cook them
See my profile photo :)
Nov
22
comment What is causing my butter toffee to separate?
There is a very long thread about the subject here cookingforengineers.com/recipe/159/English-Toffee. Too long to copy here. Seems the important things are: Use cane sugar, control temperature, use a pinch of salt, .... and have luck.
Nov
22
comment Pouring cold water on pasta after cooking it
@Aaronaut Thanks ... It was surely a mix of deficient English and an idle mental state :D
Nov
22
comment how to mix wine into cream sauce (or cream into a wine sauce) so it doesn't curdle
@Erik True, but a little diluted alcohol will not induce curdling (not very scientific, though). Also, as evaporation is an exponential process you loss less and less alcohol for each period ...
Nov
22
comment Baking bread … without crust?
@Julio I was affraid of that :)
Nov
22
comment How do you make golden syrup?
+1 Yep, in fact for naming something Anzak in Australia you must guarantee to follow the traditional recipe, or change the name, which is protected by federal legislation. adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/…
Nov
22
comment How do you make golden syrup?
+1 2. Chiefly British Molasses. Always trying to learn that words!
Nov
22
comment Pouring cold water on pasta after cooking it
Also note that "serve it immediately" is not always possible for large batches.
Nov
22
comment Pouring cold water on pasta after cooking it
I usually use the pasta water to thicken the sauce ... so the pasta regains the starches while sauteeing "nothing is created, nothing is lost, everything is transformed" :D
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22
comment What can I make with the broken corn chips at the bottom of the bag?
@TFD The OP said (so full of fat and salt!) so I think you don't share suppliers :D