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answered Is it really necessary to wash a skillet that will be heated up again soon?
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comment Pork shoulder low slow cook time
@SeanHart I agree with your point, but it's important to note that a taster's perception of "moisture" in meat is more due to melted fat and gelatinized collagen than water content. As you say, even boiled meat can taste dry. However good fatty pork meat is tough to dry out, which is why you can cook a pig even overnight with great results.
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comment Is cooking with hydrogen peroxide an accepted practice?
An obvious follow-up question is, does soaking meat in hydrogen peroxide render it any more safe than simply cooking it at an appropriate temperature?
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answered Fat in chicken skin after boiling
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comment Is there a way to prep mutton in order to ease its strong flavor?
While true that the flavor comes from the fat, which depends on the animal's diet, I don't think "most people" consider mutton fat to be inedible; this attitude is probably limited to Americans or people used to the bland taste of grain fed animals. In support of this, your own link at "chestofbooks.com" describes ways of preparing mutton fat and makes no mention of trimming it off.
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comment Is there such thing as “almond tofu,” and if so, is it a misnomer?
"Milk" being a term for the lacteal fluid of a female mammal, one might also question whether this word is appropriate for a seed extract. I suspect it was a marketing term introduced to make the whitish juice left over from soybean processing sound like something healthy and edible.