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 What does it mean to cut across the grain?

Answer Cutting across the grain (or against the grain) is a common instruction in recipes and when cutting wood and other materials. The item will have natural lines running through it. To cut across the ... Read More »
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What does an ammunition grain rating mean?

While the caliber of a bullet refers to circumference, the mass is measured in grains. As a unit of mass, 1 grain is equivalent to approximately 64.8 milligrams. If a bullet of a given caliber and ... Read More »
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What does the phrase"with a grain of salt"mean?

When someone tells you to "take it with a grain of salt," it means that the information you are receiving is not necessarily accurate and that you should be skeptical about believing it. The expres... Read More »
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What's the best way to cut meat and what does "against the grain" mean?

Cutting your meat properly won't always improve the tenderness of a bad cut of meat, but it does help.A steak recipe calls for cutting against the grain. What the heck does that mean? How do I do t... Read More »
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What does the saying"take it with a grain of salt"mean?

The phrase "take it with a grain of salt" means to apply a degree of skepticism to a statement. For example, one might take advice from a potentially untrustworthy source "with a grain of salt."Sou... Read More »
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