• Do you think this loaf of bread would be safe to eat?

    Best answer: I would eat it. Most likely cause; probably a packaging machine fault, it snagged the inner wrapper, making a hole.
    Best answer: I would eat it. Most likely cause; probably a packaging machine fault, it snagged the inner wrapper, making a hole.
    6 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 5 days ago
  • Can matcha tea powder be added to an isotonic sports drink and mixed?

    Best answer: I'm willing to bet there is no law against it, so go right ahead.
    Best answer: I'm willing to bet there is no law against it, so go right ahead.
    1 answer · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 2 weeks ago
  • Anyone 've method of pouring on opening those UHT milk cartons (or similar) without spilt milk? Airlock breaks & as full spills milk.Prefer?

    Best answer: I only buy half & half (for coffee or tea) in those cartons, and I finally figured out how to pour from a new carton without spilling: I hold my coffee mug in my left hand above the counter top, then, I pick up the carton with my right hand, and carefully rest the pour spout of the carton against the rim of the mug, then, slowly tip... show more
    Best answer: I only buy half & half (for coffee or tea) in those cartons, and I finally figured out how to pour from a new carton without spilling: I hold my coffee mug in my left hand above the counter top, then, I pick up the carton with my right hand, and carefully rest the pour spout of the carton against the rim of the mug, then, slowly tip the carton to pour.
    2 answers · Physics · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you rather have oxy or benzos?

    Best answer: Neither, if you're talking about 'recreational' use, which, I'm pretty sure you are. It's just as stupid to get yourself hooked on prescription drugs as it is to use illegal drugs.
    Best answer: Neither, if you're talking about 'recreational' use, which, I'm pretty sure you are. It's just as stupid to get yourself hooked on prescription drugs as it is to use illegal drugs.
    1 answer · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 2 weeks ago
  • My grandfather and father are taking me to a cigar lounge for my 21st birthday can I run the stuff they told me not to do by you guys ?

    Best answer: Sounds like good advice for many venues, not just a cigar lounge. Although, the black tie may be a bit much for your local bar.
    Best answer: Sounds like good advice for many venues, not just a cigar lounge. Although, the black tie may be a bit much for your local bar.
    5 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 2 weeks ago
  • Going to buy some stuff to drink poweradd is 78 cents for a 32 oz bottle how much tax i know its 6 cents to every dollar?

    Best answer: .78 x .06 = amount of tax. .78 + amount of tax = total cost.
    Best answer: .78 x .06 = amount of tax. .78 + amount of tax = total cost.
    4 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 2 weeks ago
  • How to bake bread properly?

    Best answer: You seem to be forgetting to allow the dough to rise, which is necessary so that the yeast can do it's job. Generally, you should 'proof' the yeast: add it to 1/4 cup of warm (105°-115°F) water with a tablespoon of sugar dissolved in it. Let it sit for about five minutes. It should start to become 'bubbly', as the... show more
    Best answer: You seem to be forgetting to allow the dough to rise, which is necessary so that the yeast can do it's job. Generally, you should 'proof' the yeast: add it to 1/4 cup of warm (105°-115°F) water with a tablespoon of sugar dissolved in it. Let it sit for about five minutes. It should start to become 'bubbly', as the yeast activates. Then you follow a tested recipe, adding the (accurately measured) ingredients it calls for. Knead the dough for about five minutes, until it's smooth and elastic.Then, form it into a ball, place it in a greased bowl, turning it so it's greased all over. Cover with a tea towel, set it in a warm place, and wait until it's about doubled in volume. Then, you punch the dough down, shape it into a loaf, and place in a greased loaf pan, Cover with the towel again, set it in that warm place, and let it rise again. When it has about doubled in volume again, place it in your preheated oven (at the temperature called for in the recipe), and bake for the time the recipe instructs. For a soft crust, rub some butter on the loaf when it's done baking.
    4 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 4 weeks ago
  • Why do people drink lime in corona?

    Best answer: Because it's too difficult to get a watermelon wedge into the bottles.
    Best answer: Because it's too difficult to get a watermelon wedge into the bottles.
    8 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 2 months ago
  • Planning a party for 50 people at pub. so how long will everyone have to wait for food to arrive if I let the place know a week in advance?

    Best answer: That depends on the pub. If they cater the party and provide 'catering menu' food (Choice of beef or chicken, various 'fixed' sides, etc.), the food will be prepared in advance, and kept hot (or cold) until your arranged time for serving. If your plan is to have everyone just order from the normal menu, the kitchen will... show more
    Best answer: That depends on the pub. If they cater the party and provide 'catering menu' food (Choice of beef or chicken, various 'fixed' sides, etc.), the food will be prepared in advance, and kept hot (or cold) until your arranged time for serving. If your plan is to have everyone just order from the normal menu, the kitchen will probably be somewhat swamped, and food will be served as soon as it is ready, which means that some people will be finishing their meals, while others are just being served.
    3 answers · Entertaining · 2 months ago
  • How long can usually keep Chinese sauces for before have to throw them away?

    Best answer: I have some in my kitchen drawer that are over five years old.
    Best answer: I have some in my kitchen drawer that are over five years old.
    3 answers · Ethnic Cuisine · 2 months ago
  • Why is juice tart?

    Best answer: Juice is tart because all fruits are acidic, some more so than others. Try some of the vegetable/fruit combos; you might find something to your liking. Also, only buy 100% juices, with no added citric or phosphoric acids.
    Best answer: Juice is tart because all fruits are acidic, some more so than others. Try some of the vegetable/fruit combos; you might find something to your liking. Also, only buy 100% juices, with no added citric or phosphoric acids.
    4 answers · Non-Alcoholic Drinks · 3 months ago
  • What's with all the non cooking questions here today?

    Best answer: It seems like many newcomers can't figure out how to post in the appropriate categories. Either that, or they're just too lazy to look for the proper category. BTW, welcome back, Paddy.
    Best answer: It seems like many newcomers can't figure out how to post in the appropriate categories. Either that, or they're just too lazy to look for the proper category. BTW, welcome back, Paddy.
    4 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 3 months ago
  • How protective is an adult swan over its young?

    Best answer: VERY protective, and a big cob (male swan) can beat the crap out of an adult human with it's wings.
    Best answer: VERY protective, and a big cob (male swan) can beat the crap out of an adult human with it's wings.
    2 answers · Other - Outdoor Recreation · 3 months ago
  • Can I eat expired Wholly Guacamole?

    Best answer: That date is a 'Best Before' date, NOT an expiration. The ONLY foods (In the U.S.) that have expiration dates are infant formula, and some baby foods; not because of safety concerns, but because the nutritional values may lessen from what the label says. You don't say how far beyond the Best By date they are, but, just use... show more
    Best answer: That date is a 'Best Before' date, NOT an expiration. The ONLY foods (In the U.S.) that have expiration dates are infant formula, and some baby foods; not because of safety concerns, but because the nutritional values may lessen from what the label says. You don't say how far beyond the Best By date they are, but, just use your God given senses: Do they LOOK ok? Do they SMELL ok? Do they TASTE ok? If all the answers are 'yes', then they ARE ok. Too many people waste perfectly good foods, because of some arbitrary, meaningless date printed on the label. Many of us grew up in an age when there were NO 'magic dates' on foods, and we managed to survive.
    6 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 3 months ago
  • What r the 4 WHITE DEADS in everyone's kitchen? Sugar, salt,....?

    Best answer: Yeah, wtf are "WHITE DEADS"? Sugar is made from sugar cane, sugar beets, or other high fructose plants; salt is mined from the ground, or processed from sea water. Re: Update: That still doesn't make sense. I've heard of the Red Death (Fictitious disease invented by Edgar Allen Poe) and the Black Death (Bubonic... show more
    Best answer: Yeah, wtf are "WHITE DEADS"? Sugar is made from sugar cane, sugar beets, or other high fructose plants; salt is mined from the ground, or processed from sea water. Re: Update: That still doesn't make sense. I've heard of the Red Death (Fictitious disease invented by Edgar Allen Poe) and the Black Death (Bubonic plague), but never heard of "White Death", especially concerning baking and cooking staples. EDIT @?: So, c'mon, aren't you going to tell us all about the other two "WHITE DEATHS"?? I want to have eggs for breakfast, but I'm afraid the albumen will kill me!
    9 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 3 months ago
  • Small hiss when opening canned jackfruit?

    Best answer: No, you don't have botulism. A small hiss is normal when opening any can: the canning process causes a partial vacuum inside the can, and that hiss is air rushing in when the can is punctured.
    Best answer: No, you don't have botulism. A small hiss is normal when opening any can: the canning process causes a partial vacuum inside the can, and that hiss is air rushing in when the can is punctured.
    4 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 3 months ago
  • Fellow southerners, how do you feel about these legal "moonshine " brands that are popping up ?

    Best answer: Technically, 'moonshine' refers to alcohol distilled "by the light of the moon", because many earlier illegal 'shine makers worked their stills at night, to escape detection. Commercial distilleries calling their product 'moonshine' is just a marketing ploy, as kswck2 says. @kswck2: Making... show more
    Best answer: Technically, 'moonshine' refers to alcohol distilled "by the light of the moon", because many earlier illegal 'shine makers worked their stills at night, to escape detection. Commercial distilleries calling their product 'moonshine' is just a marketing ploy, as kswck2 says. @kswck2: Making 'moonshine' IS illegal. It IS NOT like making wine or beer; they are made by the process of fermentation. Moonshine is made by distillation, and HOME (my edit) distillation of any alcohol for drinking purposes is illegal throughout the U.S., and in many other countries.
    5 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 3 months ago
  • How old do you have to be to serve in az?

    Best answer: You must be 19 in order to serve (bar tending or waiting tables) alcohol in AZ. http://www.azfamily.com/story/34294138/a...
    Best answer: You must be 19 in order to serve (bar tending or waiting tables) alcohol in AZ. http://www.azfamily.com/story/34294138/a...
    3 answers · Beer, Wine & Spirits · 3 months ago