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Why is 160F the recommended internal temperature for seitan?

160F/71C are the general food safety internal cooking temperatures given for most foods. The rationale is achieving an instant 7-log reduction in pathogens - 1 surviving bacteria per 10,000,000 viable ...
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How do achieve a dry injera top without burning the bottom?

I’ve only made injera a few times, with various levels of success, but I do know that 1/4 inch is way too thick for injera. The bubbles should go almost all the way through it. Making sure that it’s ...
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How do achieve a dry injera top without burning the bottom?

As commented by @Esther, covering cooks the top (by steaming it, pretty much) and that is the solution to your "wetness on top", which is raw dough, even if you find that counterintuitive. I ...
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How to keep Totino's Pizza Rolls from bursting in oven?

I've had this issue for years, and only recently found the solution! I just bought a microwave/convection/air fryer, and discovered when I heat the pizza rolls using the air fryer setting, the pizza ...
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How do achieve a dry injera top without burning the bottom?

I've had really good results seasoning cast iron with a mixture of 80% grapeseed oil and 20% beeswax. Melt the wax in the oil and then let it cool. Not much experience with injera, but I've made a ...
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How do achieve a dry injera top without burning the bottom?

I'm no injera expert, but I would suggest two things that come to mind, and one item I picked up from the linked website: If you are using a cast iron pan, make sure that it is very clean and well-...
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How do I cook chicken skins on the grill- but only the skin?

My personal experience is to avoid the grill. The fat runs down and the flares may consume it very quickly if you are not babysitting it. I recommend that you use an air fryer. It will look golden ...
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How do I cook chicken skins on the grill- but only the skin?

Edit for details - thanks moscafj Yakitori - Japanese grilled chicken skewers - may be a good option for you if you want to stick with grilling. It's generally seasoned with just salt and white pepper,...
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Is my powdered milk still ok after being in a 100 ° hot trailer for 3 weeks?

If it's "Country Fresh® 100% Real Instant Nonfat Dry Milk" it is advertised as having a 20-year shelf life. Storage requirements are 55° to 70° F, though, so way less than what it ...
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