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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Mug-cake mix at home
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I roll or wrap up pasta into a log-like shape for presentation?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Käsespätzle like the ones in Bavaria
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why does Brining help food to retain water, but adding salt will draw the moisture out?
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comment Baked item that would catch on fire/smoke?
I've had cherry pies make an exquisite smoke cloud when I forget to put a catch pan under the pie dish and the lquid hits the bottom of the oven.
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comment What is water temperature after electric kettle switches off?
@DavidRicherby I had one, used it for making tea 70's through 85 or so, when it crapped out. Now I use a kettle on the stove. Perhaps it was a rare device.
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comment What is water temperature after electric kettle switches off?
@Jolenealaska It's an object which you're familiar with that behaves in the same way as the type of electric kettle I'm talking about.
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comment What is water temperature after electric kettle switches off?
@Jolenealaska Some heaters, for example the one under your drip coffee pot, never let the water actually get up to boiling temperature.
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answered Baked item that would catch on fire/smoke?
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comment What is water temperature after electric kettle switches off?
@Jolenealaska -Some of these heaters are designed to just get very hot, without actually boiling the water. Those are the type I'm talking about. Yeah, boiling is boiling hot, unless you're at 4000 meters.
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answered What is water temperature after electric kettle switches off?
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answered Can refrigerated shredded mozzarella cheese go bad if the refrigerator door was left open overnight?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How much salt is needed for “Coq au vin”
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Are fungal toxins a significant problem in coffee, and if so, can they be avoided?
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comment Using Agar Agar for Jelly Making
@BlessedGeek They give the garlic icecream away for free at the Gilroy Garlic Festival: gilroygarlicfestival.com
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comment Using Agar Agar for Jelly Making
@rumtscho Agree. After a double failure like this, I'd just be looking for something that'd make it somewhat refrigerator stable, and spreadable on toast. Should've made that clear.
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comment Using Agar Agar for Jelly Making
If I really wanted to save the batch, I'd try adding gelatin to the hot mix.
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comment How to remove the flavor from whisky stones?
There's a lot of variation in soapstone, hardness, porosity, from different sources. Why not just be done with that and use ocean tumbled granite stones?