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Software developer, gamer, chef, and Stack Overflow fan from the Netherlands. TW: @jeroenheijmans


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comment How to adjust stewing time for different weights of meat?
Thanks for the answer! You answered the question I asked, I've asked on meta if it would be okay to broaden scope to the question I wanted to ask (or if that would make it too broad). In any case thanks for your time and help!
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comment How to adjust stewing time for different weights of meat?
@rbp One big chunk of shoulder meat. The recipe called for a whole shoulder but that would've been too much for our party.
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comment How to mix cream to increase its fat percentage?
Thank you, I understand. Just wanted to let both know I appreciate the insights!
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comment How to mix cream to increase its fat percentage?
On a minor side note about your first point, the Dutch 35%-fat-cream is in fact usable for making whipped cream; no need for double cream for that.
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comment How to mix cream to increase its fat percentage?
Thanks for your answer. It's actually the perfect companion to @ChingChong's answer (which explained about my "considered" options), as you continue to explain about the options I do have. Wish I could accept both :P, not sure what to do; probably will accept this answer as it's "what answered/solved my problem for me" (I changed the 35% cream / milk ratio), even though ChingChong's answer taught me a lot too.
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