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post #7456 of 7468
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

sanctimony has no ideal cooking temperature

Not true. I like my vegans roasted to 135 then rested until they come to 150.
post #7457 of 7468
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

sanctimony has no ideal cooking temperature

Not true. I like my vegans roasted to 135 then rested until they come to 150.
Shouldn't you use a blast chiller then? I find that vegans tend to be filled with hot air.
post #7458 of 7468
Meat is murder.
post #7459 of 7468
i wish vegan restaurants would just serve a fucking "fritto misto" of fried vegetables.





the last vegan restaurant I ate at came via Seamless, and I ordered a waffle figuring it's better than soy chorizo. Nope.
post #7460 of 7468
You guys should come to LA so we can go to Crossroads Kitchen and then slash our wrists.
post #7461 of 7468
Don't eat soy, bra.
post #7462 of 7468
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Don't eat soy, bra.

you sound like my sisters awful boyfriend. A strict organic vegan with a penchant for reading blogs.
post #7463 of 7468
Maybe I am your sister's awful boyfriend.
post #7464 of 7468
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

The point is that, in general, the speed of cooking isn't going to be very related to fluctuations in oven temperature, and certainly not to fluctuations in oven temp from taking internal temperature. The fact that meat cooks by conduction means that a drop in ambient temperature in the oven isn't going to change the amount of heat exchange near the core of the food, so don't worry about it.

ah i see what you're saying. that is very true. ive never thought about that
post #7465 of 7468
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

Not true. I like my vegans roasted to 135 then rested until they come to 150.
i find a higher temp is usually better because they are so pasty and oily it takes a while to get a nice sear.
post #7466 of 7468
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Originally Posted by mgm9128 View Post

Maybe I am your sister's awful boyfriend.
you're not poor.
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

Not true. I like my vegans roasted to 135 then rested until they come to 150.
i find a higher temp is usually better because they are so pasty and oily it takes a while to get a nice sear.
no no no. They're covered in coconut oil, which has a very low smoking point.
post #7467 of 7468
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

you're not poor.

But I am awful! biggrin.gif
post #7468 of 7468
Donde esta el impolyt one?
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