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  1. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    Until it dies out. You can't get something from nothing. Fire it up, and see what works best for you.
  2. Thanks for taking the time to post @KennethT
  3. The Food Photography Topic

    Obviously RAW has it's advantages. I'm guessing that most take casual shots. Who, here, shoots RAW and takes the time to post-process?
  4. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    Yeah, I was just comparing it to the much more expensive Mini Green Egg.
  5. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    Yeah, you can do that with the lowly, $30, Weber Smokey Joe. There are many ways to snuff out charcoal.
  6. Pork Jowl Bacon, how would you cook it?

    Well, yeah, dextrose has it's place, but I've chose to send type II diabetes into remission. An issues on both sides of my family.
  7. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    FWIW, Kenji's take: The Food Lab: For the Best Stir-Fry, Fire Up the Grill
  8. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    Yeah, it does work very well.Works best for me with some adjustments.
  9. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    Please look up-thread.
  10. Cooking while Primitive Camping

    When I hike and such, I go stoveless—simplifies things in so many ways. Especially if you're keto—nutrient dense and calorie dense foods are essential—and relatively light.
  11. How practical is stir frying with charcoal?

    What a great idea!
  12. Pork Jowl Bacon, how would you cook it?

    Dextrose was also an ingredient.
  13. Pork Jowl Bacon, how would you cook it?

    Probably not much, but there wasn't any nutritional information on the label. I've found ham and the like that contained as much as a tablespoon of sugar per pound. It all adds up over the course of a day. The smoked jowl was much more a want than a need, so I passed.
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