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    Why is my hummus not perfect.

    "If you’re cooking your own chickpeas, adding a touch of baking soda to the cooking liquid will make them very soft so they blend better (no graininess), and that can improve the texture." ...would be the first time "I'm telling you......" ...would be the second You surely must feel your...
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    Why is my hummus not perfect.

    Looks like I stirred the pot well. TBH Mr someday, I dont really think of It as cheating. My comment was in jest . I have used soda bicarb in the past with meats because it was the only way to do what needed to be done at the time. I have prepared hummus of exceptional quality enough of times...
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    Why is my hummus not perfect.

    LOL!!!!!!!!!! I'll just chuck some in my Bourguignon too, call it insurance as well. Don't mind me, I am just stirring the pot.
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    Why is my hummus not perfect.

    That would work too fer sure but isn't that kinda cheating ? like how asian takeaways use bicarb as a tenderizer on tough cuts? ;)
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    "American" French Fry seasoning recipe?

    Ha! I knew somebody would know what I was on about! The typical seasoning in Australia is chicken salt and nowhere close to these seasoned salt chips. I gotta get my hands on the original someday but thanks for putting me on the path brainshaw
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    "American" French Fry seasoning recipe?

    I worked in a kitchen in Sydney many years ago that served chips with this seasoning , a mixture of salt, paprika, onion, garlic, powder, sugar, and I forget what else...The head chef said he learned it in the States. The fries themselves were not anything special, just your average McCains or...
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    Why is my hummus not perfect.

    Pressure cooking is the way to go if you have one, boiling can take way too long. The blender you use can make a big difference. If you have a powerful enough blender you don't need to peel chickpeas. It can turn out as smooth as silk if you throw enough watts at it. Also add enough water or...
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    Help! I permanently stink like a fryer !!

    So I managed to get 98% of the smell off my hands. Vinegar first, Then kept adding bicarb - a few spoons all up and rubbed it in. Let it sit for 15 minutes, and washed it off. Only downside is the trail of bicarb on everything you do during that time.
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    Help! I permanently stink like a fryer !!

    Cheers for the tips folks! I did try vinegar last night after I posted and it has probably eliminated 90% of the smell. I gotta try baking soda with it next and hit up the owner for some nitrile gloves too. Im pretty well seasoned in the kitchen environment so the smells aren't new to me, I...
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    Help! I permanently stink like a fryer !!

    Hello All, I just started a new job - pretty basic stuff...flipping burgers and frying chips . I have the experience for something a bit more complex , but I really need the work now and its super close to where I live. The difference between this shop and every other place i have worked for is...
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