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Please welcome Iron Chef Canada who will be preparing his signature dish, Kraft Dinner Bouillabaisse avec Tartiflette Poutine et Sirop d'érable.

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revised Can I substitute Fenugreek seeds for leaves?
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comment is broth that hasn't been boiled safe?
@jcollum: You're right, the interior of the turkey cooks slower, which is why the food safety agencies recommend cooking whole birds to a temperature of 185° F or 85° C, to be on the safe side. It only takes 30 minutes to kill salmonella at 140° F; anything over 170° F or so is basically instant death; and we're talking about at least 180° for several hours. E. Coli generally doesn't live in turkey, you're thinking of beef.
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comment Does canning stock raise its temperature too high?
@jcollum: I can't seem to find this comment you're referring to. Can you be more specific? I cannot think of any reason why going above 180° F would make the stock bitter - just cloudy/fatty due to the agitation.
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comment Does canning stock raise its temperature too high?
The difference is as clear as mud. But whatever definition you choose, the biggest difference is usually in purity, which is pertinent to this question.
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Forgot to edit the title last time...
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answered Does canning stock raise its temperature too high?
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comment Does canning stock raise its temperature too high?
It appears to me based on the link provided, preparation method and characteristics (cloudiness etc.) that you're actually talking about stock, so I've edited your post accordingly.
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revised What to do with broccoli stalk?
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comment Cleaning a Sieve
@Reno: If you're lazy and rich, get the ultrasonic. If you're just lazy, the rubber ball is really pretty easy.
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comment Cleaning a Sieve
FWIW, it's usually dishwasher for me too, but every so often I get a build-up, usually after a few instances of trying to pass through something thick and/or heavily seasoned (salt/pepper/spice grains).
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revised How can I get a takeaway style pizza base?
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