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I've recently completed my MSc Computer Science from a UK institution, and have moved back to the US to begin work. I write in my spare time, enjoy cooking, and apparently am addicted to signing up for SE sites :).


Sep
12
comment What is inside the Prawn Cocktail crisps flavour?
I answered the question asked: "what's in the crisps". I don't have an answer as to "how can I make this at home", sorry.
Sep
10
comment Tart Taste to Hot Bath method canned Vegetable soup
What's in the soup? Preferably the whole recipe.
Sep
8
comment Why is fish not considered as meat?
Also true! But my point was the difference between vegetarian and vegan
Sep
8
comment Why is fish not considered as meat?
The Good Friday thing isn't "eat vegetarian" but "don't eat beef or pork because those were historically decadent, expensive foods and therefore inappropriate for a somber mourning occasion". It has nothing to do with Noah and the flood or with the symbol of Jesus as a fish from my understanding.
Sep
8
comment Why is fish not considered as meat?
Vegetarians can eat wine, cheese, et cetera; they don't eat flesh of animals but do often eat animal by-products. You're thinking of Vegans, who don't eat anything that comes from animals at all.
Aug
21
comment Is cooked fish as perishable as raw fish?
@ElendilTheTall ...sandwiches are apparently evil. Go figure.
Aug
20
comment Re-processing pickles
Slices of... Pickling cucumbers? They're from my CSA box.
Aug
14
comment Why does my rice smell?
@SustenanceCouture Did you heat the water? I had water once where my shower smelled like eggs but the cold tap didn't. I'm not sure if it was the water heater or just that it smelled more when it was warm.
Aug
8
comment Can I freeze Tzatziki sauce?
We usually have minced cucumbers still in chunks in the sauce. I can look for a recipe that calls for pureeing though
Aug
4
comment Recommendations: Food with Minimal Stovetop Time, No Oven Available
There are "instant" rice products on the market that cook in comparable times to pasta. I've seen 10-15 minute varieties, 5 minute varieties, and 3 minute (via microwave) varieties.
Jul
27
comment Re-processing pickles
@Joe I added the steps the recipe wanted me to take, it had me heat the cucumbers but I have not thus far
Jul
27
comment Re-processing pickles
I've got the cucumber in the brine already, does that change anything?
Jul
26
comment Vegetable stock for a vegan gravy
I've heard rumors of vegan dashi using mushrooms to replace the fish elements that might be a good base as well: it'd be a combo of your suggestions to use mushroom stock and your suggestion to use seaweed.
Jul
22
comment How to remove dirt from inside green/spring onions?
I would shop at a different market, one that sells produce that's less filthy to begin with. How on earth does that much dirt get inside the stalks of the plant in the first place? A little, sure, but...
Jul
11
comment Does cutting meat into pieces make it go bad faster?
@Joe Oh, thanks, good point. I'll amend my question to keep them separate then
Jul
10
comment Any idea of what made up of the chai tea latte in Starbucks?
I tried this concentrate and found it nothing like the chai lattes from Starbucks: yamikuronue.wordpress.com/2014/06/06/tea-diary-week-2
Jul
7
comment What is the best way to store uncooked homemade beef patties?
-1 This is all very interesting, but none of those things are typically put into ordinary hamburger patties and would radically affect the flavor. Plus they're overkill for a day or so.
Jul
7
comment Why is my soymilk going off so fast?
I usually don't accept so fast, but that's almost certainly my problem, I'm replacing my milk every week or so. Dangit. Thanks
Jul
1
comment Can I make meringues with commercial egg whites?
Aha! That product IS pasteurized, though I had to dig deep into their FAQ to find out (they purchase pasteurized whites to flavor and resell)
Jun
26
comment Is it possible to keep puff pastry dough in the fridge for future use?
We don't do recipe requests, but your question about keeping it in the fridge is acceptable :)