Raw Ingredient and Mise en Place porn thread.

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  1. jrd617

    jrd617 Senior member

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    MGM, are you a professional chef? Really cool posts.
     
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  2. mgm9128

    mgm9128 Senior member

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    Thanks, and no. I cook for people on occasion. But I have neither the desire, nor the work ethic, to do this professionally.

    Here's a picture of an egg I cracked this morning.
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    you are going to be a late bloomer, man.
     
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    I dunno, dude. I really don't know.
     
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    Seems like that chicken had lots and lots of carotenoids to eat.
     
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    OK, boo. I was kind enough to make you, and anyone else interested, a step by step photo documentation of this process.

    Here, I have a dover sole that has been filleted. The fillets are lying skin side up.
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    Dust each fillet with a light sprinkle of salt, skin side only.
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    Stack, skin side to skin side.
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    Vacuum seal, or wrap tightly in saran wrap, getting as much air out as possible.
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    Chill in ice water to set for about 4 hours.
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    Then, you can go ahead and poach whatever fish it is your using while still sealed. Sprinkle a little fleur de sel on either side to finish.
     
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    They are fed hydroponic greens.
     
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    this quote for 'wanker of the year'
     
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    Unless they indeed eat tons of carrots and similar, I bet they get fed additional carotenoids.
     
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    Well, clearly they are getting ample beta carotene, but I think that comes from the quality of the plants in their diet. They did not mention use of any supplements, and I don't think chickens eat carrots, but I'll check with them this week and get back to you.
     
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    Chickens eat nearly everything, which includes carrots.
     
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    they had whole monk fish at whole foods today but I chickened out
     
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