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Sorbet tastes less sweet when frozen?

Cold temperatures make you perceive flavors less in general. You can notice this quite directly when well-frozen eating sorbet or ice cream: you'll taste the flavor much more strongly initially than ...
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How can I make a sugar free strawberry syrup?

You can make your strawberry sauce syrup without sugar easily just by replacing the sugar with stevia and then adding it to a proper amount of gelatin water for the proper consistency. It won't be the ...
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How can I make a sugar free strawberry syrup?

Hmm, you might omit the sugar, reduce the lemon juice (maybe by half or so), and blend the strawberries very thoroughly with the remaining lemon juice, and that way you will get a nice flavorful ...
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Strawberries that keep in the refrigerator for more than two days

Your berries may already have mold spores on their outsides. If you kill the spores before refrigerating the berries, they should last longer. This source recommends submerging your berries in a bath ...
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Strawberries that keep in the refrigerator for more than two days

Perhaps you should take them out of the paper bag? Punnets are open to promote ventilation, and by leaving the paper bag you might be accumulating too much moisture from the fridge, accelerating the ...
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Strawberry smoothie tastes grassy?

How do the strawberries smell? If they don't have a strong strawberry smell, you won't be able to squeeze any more strawberry taste out of them. You can try adding a strawberry extract to add more ...
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The Perfect Smoothie - Liquid Milk versus Powdered Milk

I've never heard of Powdered Milk being used in a Milkshake, personally. When I worked at a restaurant, majority of our shakes were made from a Soft Serve machine. Having had shakes at other ...
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Colour fading strawberry

I have certainly seen red come off when drying strawberries I've grown myself. But I don't normally dry them (I don't even wash them unless they're dirty).
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