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have you ever heard of the maillard reaction ?
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lightning 
black garlic ! sounds mmmmmmmmm yummy ....started mine today....





https://modernistcuisine.com/2013/03/the...-reaction/
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i am a grandfather.... ..... i use my great grandfather's photo and title out of respect...
if not for him, my family (and i) would not exist....i dont even know his name
i wish i knew him, i wonder if i am like him, i wonder if i will ever know
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Sounds fantastic as I love garlic in just about everything

I don't have any of those appliances so...I'm gonna have to tap out for now

I do need to get a dehydrator though

I cook my rice on the stove top so....

never heard of the fermentation thing before
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When I first saw the title I thought it said "mallard reaction" which I think is when I go fishing and all the ducks are standing around waiting for me to drop some bait
"I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it." Thomas Jefferson


"I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery"...Thomas Jefferson


"Liberty means responsibility, which is why most men dread it." George Bernard Shaw
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(01-21-2020, 01:42 PM)Damrod Wrote: Sounds fantastic as I love garlic in just about everything

I don't have any of those appliances so...I'm gonna have to tap out for now

I do need to get a dehydrator though

I cook my rice on the stove top so....

never heard of the fermentation thing before

https://delishably.com/sauces-preserves/...a-CrockPot
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#5
I was taught to sear a steak or roast but never knew the reasoning behind it. I am not much of a cook but this is very interesting.
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im 2 days in.... going to cast about $200 in hydro i figure Scream1

going to investigate if i can turn off during peak hydro billing daily and only run every night.
we only truly have our memories..... eventually it is all we will be

i am a grandfather.... ..... i use my great grandfather's photo and title out of respect...
if not for him, my family (and i) would not exist....i dont even know his name
i wish i knew him, i wonder if i am like him, i wonder if i will ever know
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