• WHITE PEOPLE CAN'T COOK?

    for years people have always said white people cant cook for anything. I know plenty of white people who can cook better than most. I mean Gordon Ramsay is a white male and is one of the best chefs in the world. But why is that?
    for years people have always said white people cant cook for anything. I know plenty of white people who can cook better than most. I mean Gordon Ramsay is a white male and is one of the best chefs in the world. But why is that?
    26 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you freeze spinach?

    22 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you cook using MACHINE oil?

    Best answer: No. Machine oil comes from petroleum, black tar, the stuff gasoline and petrol is made from. There are a lot of toxins in machine oil. Toxins are chemicals, too much of some types of chemicals that are from things like poisonous plant saps from ancient jungle plants mixed with the body fluids of the dinosaurs. The... show more
    Best answer: No. Machine oil comes from petroleum, black tar, the stuff gasoline and petrol is made from. There are a lot of toxins in machine oil. Toxins are chemicals, too much of some types of chemicals that are from things like poisonous plant saps from ancient jungle plants mixed with the body fluids of the dinosaurs. The oil that we use for machines comes from deposits of compressed jungle plant and dinosaur bodies, and that all mixed together over thousands of years. All of those tree saps mixed together, and their combined chemicals are poisons to humans. We get our cooking oil primarily from plants that are not poisonous to humans, so we get cooking oil from corn seeds, sunflower seeds, safflower seeds, and olive fruits. We get butter from cow's milk, which is also used as a cooking oil and is a known source of human food, and we also get cooking oil from animal fats such as cow and pig fat. We know that we can eat animal meat, we can safely cook in their fat as well. Sorry if that part is gross, but back in the old days that is what people did - they made their food from animal fats, as it was very, very labor intensive and time consuming to get cooking oil from seeds in the old days! Now with machine processing of wheat and corn seeds, it is easier to separate the oils from the seeds during grinding for flours and bottle it for vegetable cooking oils. Knowing the source of oils makes a better choice for your food and nutrition needs. But no, machine oil from petroleum is not the same as oil from a live plant source.
    11 answers · 11 hours ago
  • Rice or noodles?

    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • How long does a turkey take to cook?

    9 answers · 3 hours ago
  • HOW CAN I THAW OUT TURKEY I GOT THEM JUST NOW AND HAVE TO COOK ON THURSDAY?

    Best answer: Set them out in your sink all night and tomorrow if needed.
    Best answer: Set them out in your sink all night and tomorrow if needed.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Who would you have voted as the sexiest man in the world?

    Blake's attractive, but how is Patrick Dempsey not sexier than Blake Shelton?
    Blake's attractive, but how is Patrick Dempsey not sexier than Blake Shelton?
    37 answers · 4 days ago
  • When was the last time you used the stove?

    I stop using it because i get afraid i might forget i left it on. I have MS and i have short term memory problem. In other words, i might cook and Someone may call me to pick them up and i leave out to pick them up without cutting off the stove. I chose not to use it. I have signs on the stove and in the oven ... show more
    I stop using it because i get afraid i might forget i left it on. I have MS and i have short term memory problem. In other words, i might cook and Someone may call me to pick them up and i leave out to pick them up without cutting off the stove. I chose not to use it. I have signs on the stove and in the oven saying not to use it. That never happened to me, but i get afraid it might so i decided not to cook anymore. I just use the microwave now.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Rice or noodles?

    Best answer: noodles
    Best answer: noodles
    20 answers · 3 days ago
  • I don’t like stuffing or pumpkin pie?

    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • I am catering turkey & stuffing sandwiches from a school kitchen for around 100 people whats the best way to keep the turkey warm and moist?

    We have all the licences and been given permission to use the school kitchen, we are concerned about the food being pre-prepared and drying out however we would like to have it in a state that allows for speed of serving any suggestions welcome
    We have all the licences and been given permission to use the school kitchen, we are concerned about the food being pre-prepared and drying out however we would like to have it in a state that allows for speed of serving any suggestions welcome
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Would you serve dry milk to your family?

    A friend gave me a lot of dry milk. I use it for cooking all the time. I'm a little worried about serving it as drinking milk though. Thoughts or opinions?
    A friend gave me a lot of dry milk. I use it for cooking all the time. I'm a little worried about serving it as drinking milk though. Thoughts or opinions?
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • I used part of a Red Onion a few days ago, and then wrapped the left over part of the onion on foil and set it on a side drawer of my fridge?

    I used part of a Red Onion a few days ago, and then wrapped the left over part of the onion on foil and set it on a side drawer of my fridge. I read a few sites saying that onions should be wrapped tightly in plastic wrap, and then the left overs can only be cooked, and should not be eaten raw. Well, I made some... show more
    I used part of a Red Onion a few days ago, and then wrapped the left over part of the onion on foil and set it on a side drawer of my fridge. I read a few sites saying that onions should be wrapped tightly in plastic wrap, and then the left overs can only be cooked, and should not be eaten raw. Well, I made some tuna salad using some of the left over onion (that was wrapped in aluminum foil), and then I started worrying about it. Could I possibly get sick from part of that left over onion that I stored for a few days, wrapped in aluminum foil, by eating the tuna salad that I made using part of the left over onion? I know I worry too much, but the thought of getting food poisoning is very scary. Thanks.
    7 answers · 6 hours ago
  • If I roast a brained Turkey in an Oven bag, will it make it too tender? Coz I know brining tenderizes the meat.?

    An oven bag tends to do that too so I don't want to over tenderize my turkey. Please answer in time for thanksgiving pleeaaasee!!!! Thanks y'all
    An oven bag tends to do that too so I don't want to over tenderize my turkey. Please answer in time for thanksgiving pleeaaasee!!!! Thanks y'all
    7 answers · 8 hours ago