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As an autistic person - ie. a representative of a population known for having overly sensitive senses - virtually every food has an aftertaste that lasts around an hour at least. You provided "spicy hot foods" as a single instance of a food with an aftertaste. This is nonsensical to me, since none of the spicy food I have tried (from American ...


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A Canadian study mentioned in CBC News revealed that calories from sugar are reduced during cooking or baking, more so with invert sugar than sucrose. Molasses is a cooked product already and additional cooking when used as a food ingredient will further reduce some of the calories. Charring molasses is going to be what you are looking for to distill the ...


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The oily texture is from the oil. The normal way to heat corn tortillas for tacos, to make them soft and foldable without weakening them, is to briefly heat them on an oiled flattop grill. The darkness comes partially from having oil on them, and partially from the type of corn used. They do not significantly darken while being heated. If you go to a Mexican ...


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