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This answer may be too late for the batch in question, but for future reference there are some things you can try if you don't like the flavour a beer brings to a stew, though it may depend on the character of the flavour that you object to: My experience with adding beer to cooking is that hoppier beers can lead to too much bitterness. You can attempt to ...


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I doubt you can salvage this dish. Once you add flavors you can't take them out, you can try to compensate and balance using other ingredients, which you have tried. Beer adds sweetness, bitterness from hops and sometimes acidity depending on the type of beer, you would need to judge which one you need to balance and add an ingredient to do that. However, ...


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It does impact them, crockpot cooking in chicken broth. The lady that owns the hotel that I visit when I’m on business makes them all the time. Off the chain!


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Salt is an important part of the baking process, as your breadmaker instructions will probably state. Most/All bread makers will come with Recipes and probably tips or guidance on baking. I did experiment with low salt recipes, but have not kept my notes on that. From memory I had the best results with about half the standard amount of salt, but usually ...


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Done this many times very effectively. Slice and cover in (ideally hot) milk or hot water and simmer for up to 5 minutes in a frying pan on a low heat. Water does soften the cheese, but I find that is no bad thing. Use a spatula to gently squeeze the cheese to remove extra salt / remove it faster. Replace the hot water or milk once with more hot liquid of ...


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