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Aug
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comment What are some good homemade foods that are the easiest to prepare?
BROY, I'm sympathetic - but there are a ton of variables here. If Joe or Kate's answers have helped you get going in the right direction, great - but if you're still stuck... Well, you might want to just jump into Seasoned Advice Chat and talk to folks for a bit. Realistically, you can do an awful lot to prepare some things ahead of time, but the variables - what's available in your area, what's inexpensive, what your budget and available prep time involve - are considerable.
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awarded  Nice Question
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Apr
12
revised How can I make an Überfood?
typo
Mar
19
comment Can soured raw milk be used to make yogurt?
You can most certainly let your milk sit on a counter until it separates, but the results will not be cheese. Milk - especially raw milk from a source that knows better than to let it sit warm - is wonderful stuff, but if you want to try your hand at culturing or fermentation, you had better know what you're doing first. Relying on luck is a very bad idea.
Feb
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Feb
22
revised What to look for in a mandoline?
replace short URLs with amazon links
Feb
22
revised I left fully cooked lasagna out all night
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Feb
10
revised What can I use to strain gritty bloody mary mix?
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Feb
9
comment
Rumtscho has been a solid user here for quite some time - got my vote! BTW, @Fuzzy - I was also surprised by the photo; for some reason, I'd always pictured this.
Dec
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
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comment How often is it safe to eat sushi?
This seems like more of a health / nutrition question than a "food safety" deal. As birryree notes, the answer will likely depend a lot on what exactly you're eating - asking for advice on storage, handling, or preparation of a specific type of fish would be more along the lines of what's usually asked here.
Sep
30
comment Why is my espresso salty?
Who cleans the machine, and how / when do they do it? A cleaning product containing copious amounts of sodium compounds, and a "scrub-free" process could easily result in residue that affects the flavor.