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awarded  Notable Question
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accepted Can yeast be used as a main ingredient?
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revised Can yeast be used as a main ingredient?
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asked Can yeast be used as a main ingredient?
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comment Is bread that can go mouldy better than that which does not?
You forgot to mention this possible outcome for the bread: i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/6260439552/h9A4E465F
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Apr
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answered Does microwaving eggs kill salmonella?
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revised kinds of breakfast
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Apr
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answered Is it possible to bake a cake without an oven?
Apr
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comment Why do brownies made from commercial mixes form a flaky top?
Agreed. Commercial mixes usually contain sugar and corn syrup, which would contract on the heated surface during caramelization while the bread part expands. The difference in expansion of the two materials would explain a cracked, flaky top.
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awarded  Tag Editor
Dec
24
answered What to look for in an induction stovetop?
Dec
24
accepted Is food with hair in it (or food which had hair in it) safe to eat?
Dec
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comment Is food with hair in it (or food which had hair in it) safe to eat?
@Aaronut yes well my neighbour owns a few cats and whenever she bakes cookies and sends them over I sometimes cough up a hairball (in a figurative sense). Actually I doubt the human body is able to cough back hair the way a cat can (hair might just build up in the stomach or something), but I guess that would make for an off topic question on these forums :P.
Dec
23
comment Is food with hair in it (or food which had hair in it) safe to eat?
In case anyone is wondering whether hair can boost the immune system, I've posted a question on Skeptics. skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/7319/…
Dec
23
comment Is food with hair in it (or food which had hair in it) safe to eat?
@Aaronut How's that :).
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revised Is food with hair in it (or food which had hair in it) safe to eat?
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