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I totally get what you’re saying. Oven temps may vary (which is also stated on the box since someone was thoughtful enough to point that out). That's Stack Exchange. It’s no picnic playing Trial and Error cooking pizzas to ascertain the best temperature that will cook the pizza. For me personally, it amounts to too much money and too many dinners wasted ...


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In my experience frozen spinach will never be close to fresh, so I guess it depends on what sort of consistency you are hoping to get. In any case boiling from frozen sounds like the world's worst way to prepare it! There is no reason you can't thaw it before you cook it, but I wouldn't boil it in any case. I'd that it and drain it well, maybe even squeezing ...


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In a comment, you say that you were told to bake the fritters rather than frying them. That implies that they're already cooked, and just need to be reheated. A fan-assisted oven would be ideal for this, but a regular oven will work too. Put the fritters, still frozen, on a baking sheet or metal baking pan in the middle of the oven. Assuming the fritters ...


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Not today, you probably will not find a freezer that will achieve -25 C. Most all freezers now are self defrosting which means they go thru a thaw cycle several times a month that raises the temperature above freezing for a short period of time to defrost the refrigeration coils. This process warms the air inside the freezer and increases temperatures of ...


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