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Mar
22
comment In order to mix the Cocoa powder in water/milk, is it a good idea to put the Cocoa powder in the milk while heating it?
Thankful for the clarification.
Mar
20
comment Is pasteurized milk safe to drink?
@rumtscho call me she. Btw, in my surroundings, I haven't ever seen anyone drinking milk from such packets Without boiling it first. Though I have to say that I am not very sure about why exactly they do it. There are other type of packets from amul for which they explicitly say that you can drink it directly.
Mar
20
comment Is pasteurized milk safe to drink?
@Jefromi I agree. Next time before posting the question I'd definitely "show" the research efforts. Thanks for being polite.
Mar
19
comment How do I dissolve chunky powder completely in milk?
I have hershey's cocoa powder. It is all smooth and not at all difficult to mix. Mine is a "chunky" powder, chunks are not smooth, they are small and don't get broken easily.
Jan
26
comment What is the meaning of the term whole grain?
This is really a whole other question, but 'durum wheat' is merely the variety of wheat used to make the pasta. But how would i know whether it is whole wheat or not? If it not whole wheat then what is it?
Jan
16
comment What is the purity test for Olive oil?
@Stephie edited post. Is that clear enough now?
Jan
7
comment How to protect roasted coffee powder from degrading during daily use?
Thankful again.
Jan
6
comment How to protect roasted coffee powder from degrading during daily use?
Thanks much for your helpful suggestion. Could you suggest a grinder for about 2 cups of coffee
Dec
30
comment How much full cream milk do I need to make 100 gms Paneer (Cottage cheese) at home?
@doug read the first statement here--khanapakana.com/recipe/5f64e7c8-d096-4eab-869c-fb9788692de8/….
Dec
27
comment How to roast peanuts for peanut butter?
Why would you do so? What will happen if I do the reverse?
Dec
27
comment How to roast peanuts for peanut butter?
No it is not helping. I am not asking for the duration. I am asking about the timing ... before grinding or after grinding.
Dec
27
comment How to roast peanuts for peanut butter?
You didn't answer whether I should roast them before or after grinding.
Oct
28
comment How to protect roasted coffee powder from degrading during daily use?
I have myself proved accidentally that Robert Is correct. In summers the day time temperature here is usually 47 c . I tried putting coffee in and out of freezer daily and it took 4 days for it to turn into crap. I threw it then. @goldilocks
Oct
27
comment How to protect roasted coffee powder from degrading during daily use?
@rumtscho read this: cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/36751/…
Oct
27
comment How to protect roasted coffee powder from degrading during daily use?
@rumtscho are you serious? Coffee will degrade fast if i keep on putting in and taking out the daily use coffee container in freezer. !!
Oct
27
comment How to protect roasted coffee powder from degrading during daily use?
@rumtscho that is absolutely not related in any way. I am taking about protecting remaining coffee as i use it from the same containor daily.
Oct
27
comment Is it necessary to store purchased sealed Coffee powder in freezer? Why?
@rumtscho That question deals with "home" ground coffee - that's why they are talking about keeping it in containors. My coffe is already sealed. should I open it and then keep in in airtight containors? Also since my cofee is already sealed will it still absord moisture from air?
Oct
8
comment What is the best way to turn the chunks of jaggery into fine powder?
please tag the question yourself. I couldn't find any more relevant tags.
Sep
8
comment Should I fry the chicken first or should I pressure cook it first?
@ElendilTheTall I said I fried it till its skin was dark brown from outside. didn't calculate the time. In pressure cooker - I counted till 4 whistles. It was the breast part of the chicken. What do you mean by "what cut it was"? Thanks.
Sep
8
comment Should I fry the chicken first or should I pressure cook it first?
sorry, no recipe - my mother told me to do so, so I did it. @ElendilTheTall