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Apr
20
comment How to roast peanuts on the gas stove without getting the brown spots?
Yes, similar to this one: shop.bajajelectricals.com/OTG-2200T-pc-793-9.aspx
Apr
17
comment How to unsalt roasted salted peanuts?
Putting them in water for a long time won't unsalt them?
Apr
10
comment Which cookware material should be used to retain the heat of the prepared tea?
Have edited the question. See please.
Apr
10
comment Does the material of the container affect the flavor of the prepared tea? If yes, what material should be preferred to get the best results?
@escoce claim without references is useless.
Apr
10
comment Which cookware material should be used to retain the heat of the prepared tea?
@stephie thanks much.
Apr
9
comment Which cookware material should be used to retain the heat of the prepared tea?
And you haven't talked about melamine ?
Apr
9
comment Which cookware material should be used to retain the heat of the prepared tea?
I am interested in knowing why has this been downvoted?
Apr
9
comment Does the material of the container affect the flavor of the prepared tea? If yes, what material should be preferred to get the best results?
Thanks for the references and useful info.
Apr
9
comment Does the material of the container affect the flavor of the prepared tea? If yes, what material should be preferred to get the best results?
Please add references to your claims.
Apr
9
comment Does the material of the container affect the flavor of the prepared tea? If yes, what material should be preferred to get the best results?
@Jefromi thankful for the reminder.
Apr
9
comment When should I add cocoa powder to instant coffee?
thanks for following up.
Apr
9
comment When should I add cocoa powder to instant coffee?
thanks for the detailed comments and I am sorry that I forgot to mention that I am using Hershey's natural cocoa. Also, please confirm milk with cocoa pure should be only heated or should be boiled too.
Apr
9
comment When should I add cocoa powder to instant coffee?
as long as the coffee powder will tolerate it, What is the indirect meaning of this statement? And, why do you say that there is no benefit of adding instant cocoa to water/milk beforehand? Do you mean that adding raw cocoa to cold milk/water and then boiling it means more taste?
Apr
1
comment When should I add cocoa powder to instant coffee?
@jefromi thanks for your time. I am on a mobile device and it is difficult to type. Will respond when I get to a laptop.
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?