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Marge 1 year ago
Phoebe's grandmother, if you know, you know.
       
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Billiewilhelm 1 year ago
Marge,

I was about to comment the same thing!
       
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Wash 1 year ago
#21 "I will never tell."

You just did.
       
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Irvin 1 year ago
#32 MSG is NOT a spice. It swells a person's taste buds to make them more sensitive to flavor.
Aside from that, it causes migraines, has been linked to sudden cardiac arrest in athletes, and contributes to infertility in males (it collects in the testicles).
There is a MSG institute (why is there an MSG institute? does any other food additive have an institute). Must be a PR and lobbying machine, kind of like big tobacco had to say smoking doesn't cause any problems.
       
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Delilah 1 year ago
A few of these are actually horrible. My family and I all hate it when people put sugar in their red sauce, it makes it taste like cheap Ragu. Butter yields a much better taste than olive oil which is why it is used plenty in better restaurants. I've never used sour cream in my tatziki. It's just plain yogurt, lemon juice, dill and sometimes diced cucumber.
       
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"Oh my goodness. Sushi rice. Microwave. I’m embarrassed to admit it. It always made such a mess in the pot, would stick or overflow, crunchy or mushy, I could never, ever get it right - even following packet instructions to the letter. I almost gave up on making sushi.

Then on a whim, I tried it in the microwave. Sushi rice, water from the top of the rice to first knuckle of my index finger. Sensor cook - White rice - Start. My life was changed. Perfect texture, no starch all over my stove, no burnt pot.

As a bonus, I even just use regular home brand white vinegar to season it. For every cup of uncooked rice, 1/2c vinegar, 2 tablespoons of sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

Everybody loves my sushi."

 

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