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A long-time game developer and professional software developer. You can find my games on my casual gaming portal, Deen Games. You can read my C# articles at C# City and my Java articles at Java Eggs.

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asked Panko-breaded tilapia, medium fried, non-stick pan, absorbed oil
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comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
It does impart a lot of flavour as well. If I cut down the brewing time, how else can I extract so much flavour without over-extracting?
Aug
25
comment What is the white foam that builds up when I make tea?
Can you get a picture of this for us?
Aug
25
comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
Possible duplicate of: cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/10721/…
Aug
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Aug
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comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
@Jefromi clarified. The process is "put the bag in cold/boiling water, wait 10-20 minutes, and take it out." That's the question: cold or boiling water, what's the difference?
Aug
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comment Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
@Jefromi my question is not about steeping; it's about boiling. Yes, some of us boil our tea leaves to death.
Aug
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asked Black tea water: Does boiling water first make a difference?
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Feb
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comment How can I tell when the wax has been removed from citrus fruit?
@ChrisSteinbach that was something of a joke. I boiled an apple once and it turned white from melting wax. You probably don't want a boiled lemon.
Feb
24
comment How can I tell when the wax has been removed from citrus fruit?
You can always boil it. Melts the wax right off.
Feb
10
comment Should patina be burned (wok seasoning)
Is it true here that, just like cast iron, bumpy/lumpy seasoning leads to cracking and uneven heating?
Feb
10
asked Should patina be burned (wok seasoning)
Feb
10
comment what to do to make oilless, butterless, eggless cookies?
What recipe are you using? How long and at what temperature did you bake it?
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