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Oct
11
comment What is the easiest way to shred chicken?
That sounds like a novel approach. Would you mind sharing specifics Kristi?
Feb
26
comment Which oils are considered flavorless?
Around here it's usually a blend of corn, soybean and sometimes others.
Feb
7
comment How should I choose a BBQ sauce for root-beer-braised pulled pork?
Much better, thanks sixtyfootersdude.
Feb
6
comment How should I choose a BBQ sauce for root-beer-braised pulled pork?
Welcome to the site! Please take some time to familiarize yourself with our faq. This question was closed because it is overly broad and cannot be reasonably answered with a single correct answer.
Feb
6
comment
Thanks for the nomination! Could you elaborate on what your viewpoint as a moderator on Seasoned Advice would be? Also, why do you want to be a moderator? What would make you a good community moderator? Your nomination is full of your achievements on other sites, but mentions SA only in passing.
Jan
27
comment Does olive oil loose its healthy properties when heated?
As noted in our faq general health questions are considered off-topic here.
Jan
25
comment Distinguishing the size of tablecloths when folded?
Dan, questions here should pertain to cooking. Please see this meta topic.
Jan
11
comment Is mixing coffee with milk directly unhealthy?
Welcome to the site Nick. Questions asked here should pertain to cooking. General health and nutrition questions are not acceptable topics here. This and other guidelines are noted in our faq.
Jan
9
comment Cast Iron vs Steel
@TimN: I can't say. I don't believe I've made a pan sauce without some form of acid.
Jan
3
comment what's a good technique for pasteurizing eggs?
@C4H5As Can't hurt. The risk should be negligible though. Most homes should be free of Salmonella; it would normally only be present if it was brought in by eggs/meat/produce. So don't handle your raw chicken and then pick up your pasteurized eggs.
Oct
28
comment What do you have for breakfast during camping
Kaushik, Seasoned Advice is meant for questions that can be objectively answered. "Breakfast during camping" does not meet this requirement -- the list is potentially endless. Please review our FAQ.
Oct
18
comment What is more difficult to make: beer or wine?
Please take some time to familiarize yourself with our faq. In addition to not being topical to our site, this question is overly broad and unanswerable, as well as largely subjective.
Sep
15
comment How to grill potatoes?
Welcome to the site. I've removed the recipe request from your question since that is not an appropriate question to have answered here.
Sep
15
comment Which drinks fit to a Thai Dish?
Welcome to the site moonglum. Open ended poll type questions are not a good fit for our site. Questions asked here must have reasonably objective answers.
Sep
15
comment Which Dessert fit a Thai dish?
Welcome to the site moonglum. Open ended poll type questions are not a good fit for our site. Questions asked here must have reasonably objective answers.
Jun
7
comment Why should I use olive oil?
I really appreciate everyone remaining civil throughout this discussion. However, comments are not really built for such lengthy discussions. Please feel free to continue this in Seasoned Advice Chat though!
May
21
comment How can I create a varied (or at least tasty) menu for a 12 day hike whilst using as few ingredients as possible?
While this is a very interesting question, it is not a good fit for Seasoned Advice. If there were a stackexchange site for camping/hiking it would be better suited there. We are not equipped to address a 12 day meal plan, nor do we offer advice on what to eat.
May
20
comment Making patties from half-cooked ground beef
Satanicpuppy: Please refrain from both direct and indirect personal attacks against users of this site. Use your answer to answer the question, and not allude that we have "nazis" of any type here.
May
19
comment For Pizza cooking at home. What is the best alternative to the pizza stone?
@uncle: It's actually quite common at home improvement stores. People commonly seek alternatives to pizza stones for reasons of cost. Where I live you can spend $30-40 for a wimpy 1/4" pizza stone from a kitchen store, or spend $8-12 for a 1" thick quarry tile from a home improvement store.
May
16
comment Tricks to preserve chips (french fries)?
The previous comment thread was deleted because it had turned into a stream of personal attacks. Please refrain from any further personal attacks or suggestions that users of this site are incompetent. If an answer contains inaccuracies then please limit comment activity to facts relevant to the answer. If the personal attacks continue then the answer will be locked.