[CnD] the color in cooking - Re: Golden brown."
wee1sman at fidnet.com
Wed Mar 25 12:30:30 EDT 2015
You are supposed to bake scallops until they are opaque. Um, OK? How would
I know? They always look the same to me. I'm extremely color blind.
(ornery grin). Actually, this brings up a thought: When sighted people who
are color blind cook, how do they know these things? I'll bet the recipe
writers never give that a thought.
Be positive! When it comes to being defeated, if you think you're finished,
you! really! are! finished!
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From: "Nancy Martin via Cookinginthedark" <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
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Subject: Re: [CnD] Golden brown."
> How about the ones that say cook meat until no pink remains? Good thing
> our coping skills are better than whoever writes the books.
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>> In some of the recipes, the phrase: "until golden brown" is used.
>> How does a totally blind person, or persons know what that is.
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