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Cooking disasters and other tips for young players

Discussion in 'Epi-Paleo Recipes' started by ashryn, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. ashryn

    ashryn New Member

    ***Coconut flour is not an effective substitute for flour in a roux...

    ***You can't make bulletproof iced mocha... Coconut oil solidifies when its cold... Who knew :/

    ***If you make your bulletproof coffee with butter and coconut oil, dont blend it too long or the butter will turn into some strange gooey undrinkable mass.

    ***Blending a shake made with heavy whipping cream too long will turn the cream into whipped cream.. Also not that yummy...
  2. endless

    endless New Member

    Coconut flour is also not very suitable for breading squid...at least not the way I did it. Gooey mess.

    Whole frozen sardines have very tough clear scales that need to be removed before making MHS with them...or they clog up the straw! Yuck!

    Unsalted sardines canned in spring water are NOT tasty.
  3. caroline

    caroline New Member

    Canned Smoked oysters ... can anyone stomach them??? Ugh
  4. endless

    endless New Member

    I love smoked oysters! And mussels, too. Finding them in a decent oil is tricky, though!
  5. caroline

    caroline New Member

    so - should I try different brands? would there be much of a difference?
  6. endless

    endless New Member

    I find them all pretty similar...although the last ones I bought at Costco don't seem as flavorful for some reason. They are nothing like fresh oysters, that's for sure!
  7. caroline

    caroline New Member

    I seem to be throwing up fresh oysters so I guess I better suck up the canned ones
  8. Destiny

    Destiny New Member

    This brand Crown Prince Natural Smoked Oysters in Pure Olive Oil is not bad. My hubby says it is edible [​IMG].
  9. caroline

    caroline New Member

    Thanks Destiny .... I am guessing you are not a Fan???
  10. Coriander

    Coriander Silver

    I'm far from a connoisseur, but I do have a can of Aldi's smoked oysters in springwater with breakfast every day. Their mussels only come in crappy oil, but they also have sardine sprats in olive oil.
  11. caroline

    caroline New Member

    Thanks coriander - I just gotta suck this up......I had the ones in the vegetable oil I think...
  12. Braden

    Braden New Member

    I discover them all fairly identical...although the last ones I purchased at Costco don't seem as tasty for some purpose. They are nothing like clean oysters, that's for sure!
  13. Amber Ament

    Amber Ament New Member

    I was wondering if smoked oysters are ok compared to fresh ones. I have never been able to stomach fresh ones, & I've always read to avoid canned foods...in saying that I am eating tinned sardines 3-4 times a day now and still wonder if I am doing the 'right' thing. Surely fresh is the best in all respects? Are their any negative effects from eating tinned stuff all the time, it has been years since I've eaten anything from a can/tin and I don't want to give myself any extra problems.

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