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comment Turn melted sugar back into granular?
I guess you could try creating a saturated sugar solution first and then cooling it quickly to help tiny crystal growth. Otherwise do the old school science trick and produce a large sugar crystal, dry it and bash it up.
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comment Difference between french bread and japanese bread
In most Asian countries I find they have a preference for softer, sweeter breads. I'd wager they are closer to a brioche than regular bread. So literally, it's a different recipe, it's not just water, flour, salt and yeast,
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accepted How do you finely grind coriander seeds?
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revised How to decide how much to dilute extremely hot chillis
Update on what I ended up doing.
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accepted How to decide how much to dilute extremely hot chillis
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comment How to decide how much to dilute extremely hot chillis
@Ecnerwal I have 2 of these peppers. I will be deseeding (and keeping the seeds for growing later). I have it under good authority that they are indeed very hot.
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asked How do I clean up my utensils after cutting extremely hot chillis?
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comment Can I boil water to temperature lower than 100 Celsius / 212 Fahrenheit to make a tea?
Perhaps experiment with how to cool the boiling water down faster? Eg. if you poor it slowly in a thin stream (increasing surface area and thus cooling it down faster). Or prep some pre boiled water and store that in a bottle.
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revised Cooking and storing rice for a whole week
Clarification and rinsing notes.
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answered Cooking and storing rice for a whole week