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location Philadelphia, PA
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seen Jul 15 '14 at 19:33

Currently a Computer Engineering student at Drexel University learning and living the life of a programmer. I am working at a company called BioClinia as a developer for their production softwares. My hobbies include baking goodies for everyone around me and playing PC games.


Jun
22
reviewed Leave Open Why did my roasted pumpkin soup smell foul and seem sour after only 1/2 day?
Jun
21
reviewed Leave Open How do I cut savoriness of a dish?
Jun
21
reviewed Close Do tomatoes lose their nutritional value when they are made into tomato sauce?
Jun
19
reviewed No Action Needed Do fresh ramen noodles come in a curly form, or only instant?
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed What causes the difference between Maine and Canadian lobsters?
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed Is honey considered vegan?
Jun
16
reviewed Leave Open How can I make carrot cake more fruity and fresh?
Jun
16
reviewed Leave Open How do I baste barbecue chicken while grilling?
Jun
16
reviewed Leave Open Looking for coffee from the 80's for my father, Lucern?
Jun
13
reviewed Leave Open Is it bad to boil milk?
Jun
13
reviewed Close Digital recipes storage?
Jun
10
comment Can I pasteurize milk using a microwave?
@All Because if you are making are larger batch, in the time it takes to cool down to room temperature, it will be in the "danger zone" for more than two hours. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danger_zone_(food_safety)
Jun
9
reviewed No Action Needed How to prevent dough from stopping food processor motor
Jun
9
reviewed No Action Needed Why do most sandwich makers have a triangular shape?
Jun
9
reviewed Leave Open Cookies end up Rubbery
Jun
9
comment Can I pasteurize milk using a microwave?
@All the main reason is it's not a good idea to put hot food into the refrigerator because it will bring up the temperature of the refrigerator. This will put all of the food in your refrigerator in the "danger zone". It isn't a big issue if you are only making a small amount. But if you pasteurize a large amount of milk, it will keep the temperature of your refrigerator warm enough for long enough time to spoil the other food in your refrigerator.
Jun
8
comment How to safely handle raw milk?
Take a look at this answer I posted in the past. Although it details how to pasteurize milk in the microwave, it should still apply in terms of temperature and length of heating time. cooking.stackexchange.com/a/24954/8305
Jun
6
reviewed Reviewed How can I thicken whipping cream?
Jun
6
comment How can I thicken whipping cream?
I would imagine the acidity of the apple will affect the cream adversely.
Jun
5
reviewed No Action Needed Must rice always be cooked with some oil or lard?