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Jun
15
answered Is there a good way to cook a hamburger on a cast iron skillet?
Jun
15
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Jun
15
revised Is it possible to make hoop cheese out of acid-precipated milk curds?
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Jun
15
comment Getting the lighter fluid taste out of burgers, after the fact
technically on-topic, but a lolcat: cheezburger.com/View/804904192
Jun
15
comment How to obtain rennet?
@Satanicpuppy - instead of boiling a kid in it's mothers milk, someone must have stored the milk in the stomach of the formally nursing animal - possibly in a warm desert environment - in the days before glass or plastic bottles.
Jun
15
answered How to obtain rennet?
Jun
15
asked Is it possible to make hoop cheese out of acid-precipated milk curds?
Jun
15
answered What is the effect of using pasteurized milk in cheese making?
Jun
15
asked How can I get more umami in a veggie burger?
Jun
15
comment What kind of alcohol has least carbohydrates?
@rumtscho Agreed. The question wasn't about calories, but carbs. Too much alcohol can give some diabetics a low blood sugar emergency.
Jun
15
comment Getting the lighter fluid taste out of burgers, after the fact
oh, except the real question what how to remove the flavor from already-cooked leftovers. I'd say just feed them to the dogs, myself.
Jun
15
comment Getting the lighter fluid taste out of burgers, after the fact
1+ everything I would have said except to possibly use real hardwood charcoal and wait until the coals no longer have any black spots on them.
Jun
15
answered How many grams of gelatin are in stock/broth?
Jun
15
comment How do you coat almonds in wasabi and keep it spicy and crunchy? (my wasabi paradox)
maltodextrin was fairly easy to find too, at the homebrew store: stores.mdhb.com/-strse-977/MALTO-DEXTRIN-8OZ-for/Detail.bok 8oz for $1.65
Jun
10
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Jun
10
comment Whats the cooking method called where you bury the raw food in hot charcoal ashes?
here's a foo-foo version. No campfire needed, he's got a grill. It still goes right on the coals: youtube.com/watch?v=pjwtJ-hXW0I
Jun
10
comment Whats the cooking method called where you bury the raw food in hot charcoal ashes?
I've had "caveman steak" where one blows off the ashes on the coals and lays the steak right on top. You would think you would be tossing out a perfectly good slab of protein but it turned out great.
Jun
10
answered How can I maximize Wasabi flavor?
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5
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Jun
5
accepted where can I purchase a “wonder pot”?