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accepted Room temperature “rest” for fresh mayo?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Room temperature “rest” for fresh mayo?
Great answer! Thanks especially for taking the time to cite references.
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asked Room temperature “rest” for fresh mayo?
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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answered How to melt butter most conveniently?
Mar
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comment how to stretch white chocolate to make truffles?
@Brendan stretch in this context means to add some other ingredient to increase the volume of chocolate. When you stretch something you make it go farther. Nothing to do with actual elasticity, melting, etc.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the proper way to dispose of a kitchen knife?
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comment Replacing egg whites with whole eggs when baking cookies
If you don't want to waste the yolks (which at the end of the day might have cost you 50 cents), do something else with them. Homemade mayonnaise is delicious and only takes a couple minutes to make in a food processor.
Mar
8
comment Is it safe to put hot food in the fridge?
Many newer refrigerators now sport a 'max cool' or 'turbo cool' option which you can activate to keep the fridge cool after you've put something hot inside. Your hot pot of stock still may not cool down fast enough to satisfy food inspectors, but it'll help, and it'll keep the rest of the food from warming up.
Mar
8
comment Is there a reason to peel onions for storage or sale?
Ask the produce manager for some unpeeled organic onions. They surely don't store the onions peeled, but do it as they're arranging the produce. It would be very surprising if they didn't have sacks of unpeeled organic onions in the back of the store.
Mar
8
comment Is there a reason to peel onions for storage or sale?
Particularly true for red or white onions, which are a very attractive purple and snow white respectively when peeled. Put them next to some leafy greens and carrots, and you might really increase sales of all of those items.
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