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Implements used for cooking (e.g. whisk, spatula), serving (e.g. ladle), or eating (e.g. forks, spoons).
Vanilla may refer to either the bean / pod of specific types of orchids, or flavoring derived from those pods. Use this tag for questions about selecting, identifying, storing, preparing, replacing or…
Topics related to preparing and cooking flesh from young cows (less than a year old).
Vegan indicates that no animal products or compounds of animal origin are incorporated.
From the humblest pea to the immensest squash.
Topics around cooking without animal flesh or byproducts.
a Chinese cooking technique commonly used in stir-frying. Meat or seafood are marinated in a mixture of egg white, cornstarch and rice wine, and then briefly blanched in oil or water befo…
the meat of antlered animals such as deer, moose, elk and caribou.
should be about traditional ingredients, preparations or dishes from Vietnam - such as bánh mì or phở. Questions about ingredients common to Vietnamese-style cooking, but whic…
a dilution of acetic acid. Versions used in cooking include white vinegar, apple cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar, and rice wine vinegar.
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Questions about the culinary use of vodka.
Water strictly refers to the liquid state of that substance; it can be used for washing, soaking, boiling, steaming, simmering, diluting, etc. Ask questions about using water in a recipe.
Questions covering wine for both cooking and drinking, including selecting appropriate wines