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Does 3D Printing filament meet food safety regulatory requirements? (CE, NSF, etc)

Do filaments that are commonly-used in 3D Printers meet the requirements of Food Safety Regulators in various regions around the world (eg US, EU, Korea, India, etc)? The most common 3D Printing ...
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Do French/International chefs really use/talk about Fahrenheit instead of Celsius degrees?

Example: https://youtu.be/lVcTvHTn6Dw?t=325 This chef is very French, yet he talks about Fahrenheit. In France, which is in Europe, surely they use Celsius? He seems to "think" in American ...
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How do I wash farm-fresh eggs?

My aunt recently gifted us a carton of eggs fresh from her chickens. I've been rinsing them off thoroughly with each use, but I'm not really sure if this is enough to make sure they're sanitary for ...
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"Parts is parts" in sausages?

I'm not sure I really want to know the answer to this, but in the United States, are sausage manufacturers required to specify certain cuts of meats in their sausages, or does "beef" or "pork" suffice?...
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Who sells unstabilized (truly raw) oats in the U.S.?

Who sells unstabilized (unsteamed, truly raw) oats in the U.S.?
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Stringy corned beef

When I get a corned beef sandwich at a restaurant usually the meat has a grain and is kind of stringy. However, when I buy corned beef at a supermarket it smooth and looks similar to roast beef. What ...
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