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cdh

cdh

@Rotuts 

 

You appear to have an interesting theory that  in a nonstick environment the thing being cooked accumulates the stuff that would become fond.  It is interesting in that the stuff clearly does not just vanish because it got put in a nonstick pan.  I have nothing to add by way of facts since I don't use nonstick for much beyond grilling cheese and making eggs... but most of what you typed went right past me because deciphering  poetry into prosaic ideas is beyond me. 

cdh

cdh

@Rotuts 

 

I wish you could express yourself in standard English prose rather than the free verse you choose to use...  You appear to have an interesting theory that  in a nonstick environment the thing being cooked accumulates the stuff that would become fond.  It is interesting in that the stuff clearly does not just vanish because it got put in a nonstick pan.  I have nothing to add by way of facts since I don't use nonstick for much beyond grilling cheese and making eggs... but most of what you typed went right past me because I can't read poetry to gather prosaic ideas. 

cdh

cdh

@Rotuts 

 

I wish you could express yourself in standard English prose rather than the free verse you choose to use...  You appear to have an interesting theory that  in a nonstick environment the thing being cooked accumulates the stuff that would become fond.  It is interesting in that the stuff clearly does not just vanish because it got put in a nonstick pan.  I have nothing to add by way of facts since I don't use nonstick... but most of what you typed went right past me because I can't read poetry to gather prosaic ideas. 

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