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 How do i filter used cooking oil?

Answer Allow the cooking oil to cool. Cover a strainer or sieve with coffee filters or a cheesecloth.Hold the container over the sink or go outside to avoid a mess. Slowly pour the cooking oil over the fi... Read More »
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How to Filter Smoke From Cooking?

Overcooked food can cause your kitchen to become smoky. This not only makes for an unpleasant environment, but the smell of smoke can linger for days. Filtering the smoke from your cooking can help... Read More »
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What type of liability insurance do you need for a small business that provides cooking classes for children and cooking birthday parties?

Answer You need General Liability to begin with. This policy will need to cover medical costs that a student/customer would need if they get hurt or sick, cut or burn themselves or slip and fall. I... Read More »
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British Food Cooking Question: Does anyone have any good recipes for cooking...?

Yeah, I think that goes really good with a dose of extra strength penicillin.*cries because spots are uber creepy!*
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On Friday you had an terrible experience cooking in an industrial kitchen environment and now you are afraid of cooking in ovens as you have lost your confidence Can anyone explain if this is possible?

This is very possible. If you are Jewish and survived the holacost you might be afraid of ovens or industrial size oven. yea that's about it theres no other explanation
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