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ShowMeDaSauce

Member Since 20 Jul 2016
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In Topic: Must haves if you like to cook Asian foods

Yesterday, 12:21 PM

Had to bump this after trying........

 

Kikkoman reduced sodium Tamari and Kikkoman gluten free soy sauce which is also basically a Tamari (no wheat soy sauce). I normally don't buy Kikkoman but i do get the reduced sodium occasionally just to cut back but both of these are fairly good and widely available.

 

 

Ingredients

WATER, SOYBEANS, SUGAR, SALT, VINEGAR, ALCOHOL, LACTIC ACID.

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Ingredients

WATER, SOYBEANS, SALT, RICE, SUGAR.

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In Topic: What was the last spicy meal you cooked?

Yesterday, 11:51 AM

Taquitos with Marie Sharps

Pineapple habanero slaw

Sunomono (Japanese cucumber salad) with a little wakame and red onion. Garnished with Korean pepper flakes.and a little bit more toasted sesame oil.

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OK ok i didn't really cook the taquitos unless a microwave counts but i did make the sides from scratch. Cukes are from the garden and i added some homemade lemon drop powder to the slaw. :D


In Topic: Yellowish spot on my coolapeno pepper fruit

Yesterday, 08:11 AM

it will raise pH as it is lime

 

Lime is mainly Calcium carbonate and will raise pH

 

Gypsum is Calcium sulfate....not so much if any when used as a source of calcium


In Topic: Yellowish spot on my coolapeno pepper fruit

21 June 2017 - 02:33 PM

Yes it does. It should be at least 20% and upto nearly 30%


In Topic: Yellowish spot on my coolapeno pepper fruit

21 June 2017 - 01:53 PM

Calcium nitrate is the Nitrogen part of several commercial fertilizers. Its also very high in calcium