Food lover and love to cook. Constantly learning about cooking. Leaning never ends.

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answered " 'Low' back pain" vs. " 'Lower' back pain"
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answered How do I properly cut leafy herbs like basil?
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answered What is a julienne cut?
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answered How do I properly mince ginger?
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answered How do I properly cut a bell pepper into strips?
Oct
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revised Is it correct to use "helps" as the plural form of the noun "help"?
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answered Is it correct to use "helps" as the plural form of the noun "help"?
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comment Correct usage of the sentence
It seems correct. Why do you think it's wrong?
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answered Does dirt sink or rise in boiling water?
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answered Is "could not be able to" correct?
Oct
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comment How do I *safely* use an aruvamanai
Wow boti you ve mentioned in the link looks almost similar to Aruvamanai except being little long. May be they are different varieties of the same instrument... unbelievable that Wikipedia even has an article dedicated for that. Nice :)
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comment How much is "a ladleful"?
Oh! Actually it would be better if the question is edited to mention which recipe you are trying and which ingredient you are unsure. Because things are different with different dishes, (I understand you need to be exact when it comes to baking) and experienced people who have knowledge about that ingredient will be able to give some real useful answers that's just my opinion. But now that you have tried it, you can always use the ideas for the future trials. Thanks!
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answered How much is "a ladleful"?
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answered When to use "bon appetit"?
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answered meaning "move against each other"
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