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comment Fresh milk curdles when added to hot coffee and tea
Try letting the water cool down for 30 seconds before you pour it in the mug. Also, does your washing liquid happen to be lemon?
Apr
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comment What combination of flours can be used as a substitution to a bread flour?
@AnishaKaul look for a wheat flour with at least 12% protein (i.e. 12g protein per 100g), and preferably 14%. Protein=gluten.
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Mar
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comment Getting the bowl out of the mold
Have you tried non stick cake spray?
Mar
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revised How do I reverse engineer a recipe?
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Mar
15
comment When is is necessary to par bake a pie crust?
Full blind baking is used when the filling isn't cooked at all after being added to the shell
Mar
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answered What kind of onions for dal?
Mar
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comment What is the ingredient in bakery Italian bread that give it that great taste
@Dennis are you using a biga or pre-ferment in your recipe?
Mar
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comment Translating cooking terms between US / UK / AU / CA / NZ
My bad, edited back
Mar
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Mar
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comment Translating cooking terms between US / UK / AU / CA / NZ
Granulated sugar (US) is granulated sugar (UK). I have never heard the term 'table sugar', it certainly isn't commonly used. Edited to reflect.
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Mar
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comment How to know whether the whole unpeeled garlic is still edible or not?
Firmness is my go to measure for garlic quality, especially at the market. I only buy rock hard garlic!