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Vegetables aren't food, vegetables are what food eats...

What is the opposite of Vegan?


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comment Can I use parchment paper for all cookies
is there anything in particular you are worried about using with parchment?
Nov
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comment What Kind of Pan is This?
Teflon only flakes when exposed to severely high heat...eggs should be cooked at medium heat (by 'stove top' standards). Using Teflon for eggs is perfectly safe.
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Sep
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comment How can I tell if homemade ginger syrup has gone bad?
given that the syrup in question was boiled it is unlikely that there would be live yeast to ferment (note: sugar does not 'ferment' yeast use sugar as food for fermentation)
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revised How can I tell if homemade ginger syrup has gone bad?
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answered How can I tell if homemade ginger syrup has gone bad?
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reviewed Reject Are fungal toxins a significant problem in coffee, and if so, can they be avoided?
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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comment Cooking beef for pepper steak
Disagree that this is a duplicate: OP is asking about which cut to use in addition to any tenderization technique (which may come before or during cooking).
Jul
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accepted How to save spaghetti squash?
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asked How to save spaghetti squash?
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comment Should I wash newly bought plastic tumblers?
Why would you NOT want to wash something before using it to consume a beverage?
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Jun
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comment How long do I cook my brisket?
When it is done is a matter of opinion once the internal temperature passes the minimum safe temperature of 160°F(71°C) beyond that "done" becomes a matter of taste. Technique also plays into the final result. Wrapped (as I suggest) in an oven may reach desired "tenderness" differently than un-wrapped, in a smoker...
Jun
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answered How long do I cook my brisket?
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comment Can I use a meat grinder to grate cheese?
@Sobachatina, The 'texture' is somewhat changed to begin with but most of the time I have used this the purpose of the cheese is for melting as part of a dish (as OP suggests on top of a burger or in a lasagna) and the outcome is the same.
May
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answered Can I use a meat grinder to grate cheese?