Cooking myths DEBUNKED

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#1

Pour the broth in slowly and keep stirring the risotto? Bollocks, just chuck it all in and it’ll work itself out.

Preheat the oven? No thanks, I believe in global warming.

Vinegar in the pan for a poached egg? Now my egg tastes vinegary and it’s still impossible to clean.

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#2

:angry:

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#3

oh hello donald trump

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#4

“Season with salt and pepper”

Stopped using pepper two years ago, don’t need it.

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#5

Black pepper is just superstition

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#6

Oil in the water stops pasta sticking. It doesn’t, it just floats on top doing nothing of any value.

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#7

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#8

“Serves 4”

The fuck it does

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#9

Oiiiil on the waaaaaater
Doesn’t help me cook

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#10

Make sure juices run clear? Fuck of meight, I like my chicken pink and juicy.

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#11

Chick tartare

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#12

Need to get a more vigorous boil going for that sweet sweet oil-in-water emulsion action.

#13

Salmonella does not exist

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#14

Just a myth made up by Teflon corp

#15

Moron is Welsh for carrot so yes I am a carrot

#16

I did NOT find my dad with my GF

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#17

sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
(oil-in-water) emulsion

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#18

No, he was fucking the dog

#19

Pretty sure this is one of those Delia Smith things.

Not convinced by the current trend of adding about a cup full of salt to pasta water either tbh.

#20

“Wash your hands with soap and clean water before touching food and immediately after handling raw food”

It’s 2019, ffs!

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