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tips for reducing kitchen wastetips for reducing kitchen wastetips for reducing kitchen waste

by:Top-In     2020-08-08
Q: I am very interested in reducing kitchen garbage.
I made a mistake, and I used a lot of aluminum foil on the baking tray while barbecues or vegetables.
Unfortunately, there is no protective barrier on the baking tray, it seems that oil, residue, etc.
It\'s so easy to bake and it\'s hard to clean!
As the paper is more eco-friendly and biodegradable, I tried to switch to parchment instead.
Is there any suggestion for the actual cooking of the food and the cleaning afterwards?
I feel it will be my biggest obstacle as I have started using glass containers, bulk purchases, not using plastic bags at grocery stores etc.
A: Try parchment or invest in a Silpat-
Basically a reusable silicon sheet pad
Great.
Q: My sour cherry is too small, so I think I might make sour cherry liqueur and have been looking for recipes all the time.
I see some adding sugar to the fermentation process, some adding sugar to the fermentation process, and then some adding sugar to the fermentation process.
Is there any suggestion that sounds accurate, or is it just a taste issue?
A: does the so-called \"fermentation\" time mean \"infusion\" time? (
\"Fermentation\" seems to indicate that you will then distilled it yourself, which is both complex and illegal. )
Let\'s say you mean \"infusion\", which is mainly a taste issue --
The main practice of making liqueur is to add chopped fruits and herbs, etc.
Enter the higher proof blank
Slate spirit like vodka
It is great to use the 100 proof as it will extract more flavor from the fruit)
Sugar and water are sometimes added to reduce leakage prevention.
You may try to add sugar at different times or even wait until the infusion process is over so you can best understand how much sweetness the Cherry has added.
Do some testing and see which one you like best.
Q: I am very interested in reducing kitchen garbage.
I made a mistake, and I used a lot of aluminum foil on the baking tray while barbecues or vegetables.
Unfortunately, there is no protective barrier on the baking tray, it seems that oil, residue, etc.
It\'s so easy to bake and it\'s hard to clean!
As the paper is more eco-friendly and biodegradable, I tried to switch to parchment instead.
Is there any suggestion for the actual cooking of the food and the cleaning afterwards?
I feel it will be my biggest obstacle as I have started using glass containers, bulk purchases, not using plastic bags at grocery stores etc.
A: Try parchment or invest in a Silpat-
Basically a reusable silicon sheet pad
Great.
Q: My sour cherry is too small, so I think I might make sour cherry liqueur and have been looking for recipes all the time.
I see some adding sugar to the fermentation process, some adding sugar to the fermentation process, and then some adding sugar to the fermentation process.
Is there any suggestion that sounds accurate, or is it just a taste issue?
A: does the so-called \"fermentation\" time mean \"infusion\" time? (
\"Fermentation\" seems to indicate that you will then distilled it yourself, which is both complex and illegal. )
Let\'s say you mean \"infusion\", which is mainly a taste issue --
The main practice of making liqueur is to add chopped fruits and herbs, etc.
Enter the higher proof blank
Slate spirit like vodka
It is great to use the 100 proof as it will extract more flavor from the fruit)
Sugar and water are sometimes added to reduce leakage prevention.
You may try to add sugar at different times or even wait until the infusion process is over so you can best understand how much sweetness the Cherry has added.
Do some testing and see which one you like best.
Q: I am very interested in reducing kitchen garbage.
I made a mistake, and I used a lot of aluminum foil on the baking tray while barbecues or vegetables.
Unfortunately, there is no protective barrier on the baking tray, it seems that oil, residue, etc.
It\'s so easy to bake and it\'s hard to clean!
As the paper is more eco-friendly and biodegradable, I tried to switch to parchment instead.
Is there any suggestion for the actual cooking of the food and the cleaning afterwards?
I feel it will be my biggest obstacle as I have started using glass containers, bulk purchases, not using plastic bags at grocery stores etc.
A: Try parchment or invest in a Silpat-
Basically a reusable silicon sheet pad
Great.
Q: My sour cherry is too small, so I think I might make sour cherry liqueur and have been looking for recipes all the time.
I see some adding sugar to the fermentation process, some adding sugar to the fermentation process, and then some adding sugar to the fermentation process.
Is there any suggestion that sounds accurate, or is it just a taste issue?
A: does the so-called \"fermentation\" time mean \"infusion\" time? (
\"Fermentation\" seems to indicate that you will then distilled it yourself, which is both complex and illegal. )
Let\'s say you mean \"infusion\", which is mainly a taste issue --
The main practice of making liqueur is to add chopped fruits and herbs, etc.
Enter the higher proof blank
Slate spirit like vodka
It is great to use the 100 proof as it will extract more flavor from the fruit)
Sugar and water are sometimes added to reduce leakage prevention.
You may try to add sugar at different times or even wait until the infusion process is over so you can best understand how much sweetness the Cherry has added.
Do some testing and see which one you like best.
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