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Episode 217: Everything Remains RAW: When is raw too raw? This week on Cooking Issues Dave answers your questions about Polyscience Chillers, reusable bags, raw meat, and braising. Tune in for the answers to these questions along with some side conversations about song lyric censorship and h

Episode 217: Everything Remains RAW: When is raw too raw? This week on Cooking Issues Dave answers your questions about Polyscience Chillers, reusable bags, raw meat, and braising. Tune in for the answers to these questions along with some side conversations about song lyric censorship and h

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Episode 217: Everything Remains RAW: When is raw too raw? This week on Cooking Issues Dave answers your questions about Polyscience Chillers, reusable bags, raw meat, and braising. Tune in for the answers to these questions along with some side conversations about song lyric censorship and h

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46 minuti
Pubblicato:
Aug 4, 2015
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Episodio podcast

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When is raw too raw? This week on Cooking Issues Dave answers your questions about Polyscience Chillers, reusable bags, raw meat, and braising. Tune in for the answers to these questions along with some side conversations about song lyric censorship and how Dave wants to go to Australia to see the marsupials. We just dont have enough marsupials here in America! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA. Remember, towards the end of your distillation youre pumping mostly water. And you dont really want freeze up on your coils. [27:00] The color of a meat is what people use to judge how done it is. Right? But the color of the meat can lie. [43:00] If you want something that tastes braised, you have to go extremely reduced on any sauces or stocks that you put in. [52:00] --Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues
Pubblicato:
Aug 4, 2015
Formato:
Episodio podcast