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May
25
comment Is it problematic to use the water in which the Pinto beans are soaked, for cooking the Pinto beans?
@nico See this: "as mentioned elsewhere, the toxins ("phytates") do not cook out well, especially in kidney beans. Toxins must soak out; the usual recommendation is overnight." cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/16020/…
May
25
comment Is it problematic to use the water in which the Pinto beans are soaked, for cooking the Pinto beans?
Ray, and @ElendilTheTall See this: :) thaiscience.info/Article%20for%20ThaiScience/Article/1/…
May
25
revised Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
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May
25
accepted Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
May
25
comment Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
Actually, after typing that comment I found that article and pointed it out. It answered my question. Thanks.
May
25
comment Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
See this: :) chinesesouppot.com/4-soup-techniques/363-soak-beans-avoids-gas
May
25
comment Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
Thanks for the confirmation, rumtscho. I thought the coldness of fridge may not allow the beans to get tender, that's why kept them out side? Besides, "I think it is caused by the oligosaccharides slowly dissolving in water " Is this good for health or harmful?
May
25
revised Can salted butter be used for yellow cake recipe?
title change
May
25
comment Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
Thanks for the effort @msh210.
May
25
asked Is it normal for the Chickpeas to develop white froth after being soaked for 12 hours?
May
25
suggested suggested edit on Can salted butter be used for yellow cake recipe?
May
23
accepted What should I do if power goes out while I am baking cake/cookies?
May
23
comment What should I do if power goes out while I am baking cake/cookies?
"but it could end up being pretty dense and chewy. " Now I understand why you were surprised when I said I don't care about the texture. :) Thanks for helping. Also it'll help if you would add the our "last two" talks in your answer.
May
23
comment What should I do if power goes out while I am baking cake/cookies?
Jefromi, thanks for following up but I feel there is a communication gap going on. Not a native English speaker am I. By "texture" I thought you meant the "surface cracks and looks". By "collapse" I thought you meant that the cake won't look fluffy. It'll look flattened. Did you mean something else?
May
23
comment What should I do if power goes out while I am baking cake/cookies?
Ah great! :( :( And will it make any sense it I reheat the oven after an hour and put the same cake back again? I don't care about the "texture" actually. Will the cake be "edible" if I recook it after an hour? And if you don't write @Anisha, I won't get a notification.
May
23
comment What should I do if power goes out while I am baking cake/cookies?
No I meant, what would happen to it if I leave the cake "inside" the oven and electricity doesn't come in one hour.
May
23
accepted My cake crumbled on the top and took very long time to cook
May
23
comment What should I do if power goes out while I am baking cake/cookies?
"A cake is iffier. If it's 15 minutes into a 45 minute baking time, you may just be out of luck." Thanks for the answer. What will happen to cake if the electricity comes after an hour?
May
23
accepted Durability of Hard Andonised metal (Aluminum)
May
23
comment What is an easy-to-make dessert that goes well with Indian food?
@BobMcGee Actually till last month I used to put "grated" Almonds, Cashew, and "Pistachio" in it. But, grating them is a time consuming thing, so I left it all together and consumed "plain" Phirni and I liked it very well too. BTW, this dish is supposed to be served cold. P.S. If you want the exact measurements of milk and rice, I can present them here.