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answered How do you properly cook a steak?
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comment How do you properly cook a steak?
There is a step 3: eat!
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comment Is there additional risk in cooking meat sous-vide from frozen?
Think I found that thread: modernistcuisine.com/cooks/forum/using-ingredients/… But, it does not talk about safety.
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accepted Advantages of using a non-glass teapot?
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comment Is there additional risk in cooking meat sous-vide from frozen?
Can you provide a source to back this up?
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
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comment a manual meat slicer
I was thinking a mandolin as well, but might be not be a good solution for those not proficient in using a knife. I feel like a mandolin is like the table-saw of the culinary world - can be dangerous.
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asked Is there additional risk in cooking meat sous-vide from frozen?
Nov
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comment Why did my Turkey Stock turn into gelatin?
+1 for freezing in ice cube trays - great way to quickly add flavour to a sauce.
Nov
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comment Is there a difference in the ease of seasoning cast iron, forged iron, and carbon steel?
I found canola oil makes for a sticky coating. I have had better luck using peanut oil for seasoning the pan and to apply after each use.
Nov
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comment Nonstick cookware or not?
@Pointy - good point on the carbon steel. After a few uses it will develop a seasoning which becomes non-stick so you can fry an egg. Also the carbon steel can go directly in the oven which is good for making frittata.
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comment What kind of cookware is suitable for a glass ceramic stovetop?
Carbon steel is fine on glass ceramic. It has a smooth flat bottom which I think is a requirement for this type of cook top.
Nov
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comment Buying my first set of pots and pans
I would add a pan than can go from the stove top directly into the oven such as a carbon steel fry-pan. I have a deBuyer Mineral B and think it is great; it cannot be put in the dishwasher though.
Nov
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comment Buying my first set of pots and pans
Agree with buying commercial/restaurant cookware. If you are into sauces, the Vollrath Tribute triple-ply saucier pans are great for making a roux and reductions.
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