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  1. I've been using my Salton Electronic Kitchen Scale (my model no longer available) since 2006. It cost $60 tjen and was well worth it. I use it every day (no exaggeration) and I think I've only had to change the battery once, maybe twice. Bought it from KAF. It's similar to this one. Kitchen scales have become a whole lot cheaper since then.
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    The Bread Topic (2016-)

    Today's recipe is KAF's Vermont whole wheat honey oatmeal . Just out of the oven it smells wonderful. Destined for sandwiches. ETA: Forgot to post my picture.
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    When do you send food back?

    Very, very rarely. Last time was a couple years ago when my prime ribs was tough and overdone.
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    Electric can openers - 2019

    Are you wanting a hand-held model or wall-mount, or does it matter?
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    The Bread Topic (2016-)

    King Arthur's AP is said to be a higher protein than most, do you know what percent it is? I keep a supply of their bread flour on hand (used to be named Sir Lancelot but now is just called bread flour).
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    11 Best Summer Drinks

    A simple to prepare drink that I enjoy often in the summer is Mason Jar Bourbonade. in fact, now that I think about it, I may just have one tonight.
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    Grocery Shopping

    Some grocery chains here play the most god-awful music, and it's very loud as well. I don't know who this is for, certainly not me.
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    The Soup Topic (2013–)

    I brought home some take-out from a neighborhood restaurant a few days ago. It was prime rib vegetable soup. It was SO good I decided to make a pot of my own (using chuck roast). I bought tons of vegetables, from kale, leek, corn, turnip, green beans, carrots, celery and potatoes. My gosh it is so good. Best soup I think I've ever made. Just hit the spot on a cool day with some homemade bread.
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    The Bread Topic (2016-)

    I ran into the same problem a few days ago when I was making a (CI) recipe for Almost No Knead Bread. I was doubling the recipe and ended up with a too-wet dough. After resting it overnight it was way too slack. I added about an additional cup of flour but it was still overly soft even after an additional three hours rise. I put it into my Breadpot and into to a cold oven,. then set it for 450ºF. Baked for 50 minutes, removed the lid and baked for another 10 minutes. Miraculously, it turned out fine.
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    New house, new kitchen

    From the camera angle that fridge looks massive. I wish mine was twice a big as what I have, and mine's not small.
  11. Well there was that turkey. 😀 What a pretty hotel.
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    New house, new kitchen

    Does the micro exhaust to the outside? I ask because it's something that is lacking in my kitchen.
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    Food Safety Question

    Please let us know how this turned out.
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    Food Safety Question

    I think a big factor is how cold your fridge is. i keep mine at maximum cold. Recently I put a frozen chicken in the garage fridge and three days later it was still rock solid. (I like my beer cold.)
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    Ice Cream!

    Actually, yes, I have. My favorite source for dried fruits and veg. happens to be sold out of strawberries at the moment.. But I will definitely order some when they're back in stock. North Bay.
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