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comment Why does the roux separate from my gumbo?
Really? I always bring it to boil, then just low enough to continue boiling. I hope that doesn't mean I've been cooking wrong all this time.
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comment Is it safe to eat potatoes which have sprouted?
Just to add to this amazing answer, if your potato has a small green layer, it's safe to eat, as long as you make sure you remove all the green parts. Otherwise, just throw it out.
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comment Why does the roux separate from my gumbo?
Interesting; I had no idea the roux gelatinizes until I read the Wikipedia entry on starch gelatinization. While a possibility, I don't think that this is the case, since I simmer my soup for 5 minutes before placing it in the slow cooker. I'd need to cook it again before making this conclusion, so it might take me a while to get back to this.
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comment Why does the roux separate from my gumbo?
I assumed that coating the vegetables in the roux was supposed to be a substitute for stir-frying or cooking the vegetables in oil, as well as help the vegetables soften up for the stew. I'd try your suggestion, but unfortunately I only have two pots which I could do this in, which I am using for the stew and rice, respectively.
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comment How do you make a cake lift equally and minimize doming?
Thorough, but definitely needs a TL;DR summary at the top.
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comment Chicken smells like eggs
Did you defrost it for a long time? I find that my chicken, whether in the meatpacker's original packaging or my local grocery store's repackaging, smells a bit if I defrost it much longer than four hours.