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This sounds wonderful! I have been wanting to try something like this for a long time, and I think it will adapt to my Green Mt. pellet smoker/grill, really well. How do you think I might adapt this to chicken or turkey?
I have wondered about these factors for a long time, but was too lazy to do all this work. Thank you for doing it for me, and for sharing! I look forward to trying your ratios, and will incorporate it into my homemade biscuit mix and see how it does there. Have you ever tried cutting the fat into the flour, using a wire whisk? It's my go-to method, and is much faster than a pastry cutter or forks, and doesn't transfer body heat like fingers do.
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Any idea if this would work over wood paneling? Can't afford to rip it out and drywall the room, and have been trying to figure out how to use fabric to cover the wood...
Parchment paper also works well, in the bottom of the dehydrator, to catch any drippy juices. My old Excalibur dehydrator has nylon/plastic racks that work just fine, as the temps used for drying foods are supposed to be kept low. Otherwise, you are cooking rather than dehydrating. I always use the lowest temp I can safely use for dehydrating.
Thought you might like to know that Restaurante Rancho de Chimayo has always used Angelo Mia crushed canned tomatoes in their salsa, and recommends this, as the quality is always consistant. For Pico de Gallo, of course, you want the best fresh tomatoes you can get. Check out the Rancho de Chimayo cookbook, it is the definitive book for Northern New Mexican cuisine, IMO!
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This is so gorgeous! It evokes the same feeling I had, as a little kid, looking into the peephole of a sugar Easter egg, that feeling of magic!
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The second example is the simplest method for 9's, IMO, and I have taught this to many students. Where are instructions for 6's. 7's. and 8's? Excellent thing to post!
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