Patrick
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Is there a difference between mirin (미림) and mijak (미작)?
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No. Mirin is a sweet saki for cooking, with a very neutral flavour. Mijak is a ginger flavored wine. If you are cooking a dish that calls for mirin and ginger, you can skate by using mijak. Otherwise, ...

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Induction cookware not working with some induction cookers
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I have experienced something very similar, and it was because the pot was too small in diameter, so was not being sensed by the hob (range top). Higher end, professional induction hobs do not turn ...

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Fry onions and garlic before adding to the sauce?
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Follow the recipe, and failing that, always sauté first. As noted by previous commenters, sautéing accomplishes a number of things. Overall, softening is not that important, they will soften while ...

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How can I render bacon fat without frying it?
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Put it in a zip loc or better yet a vacuum sealed bag and simmer at 155 for a few hours. Sous vide is best.

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Choux pastry, general questions with gluten free flour
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In a pizza making class I took once, in NY, a person asked "what advice to you have for gluten free crusts" The teacher said "don't do it"... basically, gluten is a very important part of flour from ...

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