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Theoretically, you could use a wine, apple, or or other heavy-duty fruit press to press 10-20lbs of citrus at a time. But you wouldn't want to. Both the peels of the citrus and the seeds contain bitter and/or intensely acidic compounds (those essential oils WS talks about in the comments). If you press citrus in any press that uses pressure on the whole ...


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Manufacturers of Pyrex, Corningware, and Anchor Hocking do not recommend their products in the Instant Pot. I emailed, chat with them.


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I need something to grind black salt. I've found black salt in a store but it comes in HUGE chunks, like rocks. I would imagine a salt mill would be very important to have for this purpose. Otherwise, a lot of salts you can get in specialty shops are not ground very finely. Like pink salt and some sea salts. I imagine a salt mill would be valuable if you don'...


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Yes! sort of "You Call This Thai Food? The Robotic Taster Will Be the Judge" Diplomats and dignitaries have been invited to witness the debut of a machine that its promoters say can scientifically evaluate Thai cuisine, telling the difference, for instance, between a properly prepared green curry with just the right mix of Thai basil, curry paste and ...


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To your title, the answer is maybe (or yes if you average over a long enough time). To the body of your question - the answer is it probably won't work. Here's why: The microwave is meant to put out 700W. It's not 100% efficient so will consume more than that (also for the light and turntable motor). Most microwaves reduce their power by being fully ...


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It exists for determining constituents of essential oil based flavouring blends. It's multi million dollar equipment though.


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Yes, inverter microwaves lower the power output depending on the setting so that there is continuous heating/cooking when switched on. However, normal microwaves do not instead they cycle on and off to control the speed of heating. For example, at 100% it might be on throughout the cooking process, but at 50% it would be on for only 1/2 the time.


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