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re: Crawfish Boil Reminder: Salt "purging" does nothing. - SixthAndBarone
So you're worried about what's on the inside of their stomachs when you suck the heads?...
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re: Buying Duck around Baton Rouge? - SixthAndBarone
Restaurant Depot has plenty of frozen duck options. Import and domestic....
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re: How would you handle this situation - SixthAndBarone
Dude messed up legally by going after the little criminal. You chase after him, you no longer fear for your life. ...
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re: Crawcaine-Anybody Tried It? - SixthAndBarone
I’m kind of surprised these great family stores are selling drug paraphernalia. ...
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re: Anyone tried peeling potatoes with a drill and brush in a bucket ... and been successful? - SixthAndBarone
All the big pot jambalayas these people supposedly cook and they are whining like bitches about making potato salad for a crowd. ...
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re: Crawfish Boil Reminder: Salt "purging" does nothing. - SixthAndBarone
My college professor had done this study 30 years ago. In our seafood processing class, he told us how salt doesn’t do anything and explained why. I’ll never forget when he said “even if salt did make them throw up, how does that help, you aren’t eating their stomachs!” I felt like my whole life wa...
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re: Crawfish Boil Reminder: Salt "purging" does nothing. - SixthAndBarone
It’s the fact that science proves something, but some still won’t accept it, which doesn’t bother anyone. But those people always want to tell you you’re wrong. ...
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re: Crawfish Boil Reminder: Salt "purging" does nothing. - SixthAndBarone
But, but, but pawpaw always purged and he learned it from a REAL Cajun who spoke French and was the first one to boil crawfish before anyone else. He also left his gumbo in the pot overnight and never got sick. ...
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re: Anyone tried peeling potatoes with a drill and brush in a bucket ... and been successful? - SixthAndBarone
But if the toilet brush and the bucket worked, you wouldn’t need to. ...
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re: Anyone tried peeling potatoes with a drill and brush in a bucket ... and been successful? - SixthAndBarone
Yeah, you tell him! If the OP is making potato salad for 200, shame on him for not wanting to hand peel 50 pounds of potatoes. FFS! ...
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re: On Do We? - SixthAndBarone
Awesome! I’m impressed you emulsified. That’s why it drives me nuts when idiots come here to say the local sausage companies make hot dog quality sausage. It’s simply not true. They don’t understand it and won’t accept the truth. ...
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re: On Do We? - SixthAndBarone
You make hot dogs? Are you emulsifying the meat? That’s the difference between a hot dog and a sausage, for hot dogs, the fat and meat is emulsified together. Just curious and interested if that’s what you’re doing. ...
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re: On Do We? - SixthAndBarone
Ice is used to keep the fat cold so it doesn’t “smear” and cause an undesirable appearance. Ice is definitely a part of sausage making, when needed. Or just keep your meat cold while grinding and mixing and skip the ice. Proteins are important for moisture. Part of a salt molecule will...
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re: On Do We? - SixthAndBarone
[quote]protein extraction[/quote] Not sure what you mean by this. Water doesn’t force proteins to come out from inside the meat. But yes, always add water as you lose moisture during the cooking process. Your goal is to add enough to cover the % you lose so when your product is finished, it...
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re: B8con - SixthAndBarone
I’m simply telling you facts and you choose not to accept them. Nothing more. I’m shocked you teach culinary arts and don’t accept the truth. Perhaps you should audit a meat science or food science class? In fact, culinary science is part of food science, it’s not an art class. Seriously, open your...
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re: Crawcaine-Anybody Tried It? - SixthAndBarone
Too many people want to try new things just to be the one who’s better than everyone else because they aren’t using everybody else’s brand. They don’t know it and can’t admit it, but it’s obvious to everyone else. They will love this new seasoning and then they will love the next new seasoning nex...
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re: Guy's Grocery Games ? - SixthAndBarone
The great unwashed? ...
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re: On Do We? - SixthAndBarone
Natural casings (intestine) are edible. There are also edible and non-edible collagen (not natural) casings. The non-edible kind are meant to be removed after you cook and chill. Do any of the boudin shops in Scott or Laffy have the big diameter andouille? If so, they may sell you beef casing...
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