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Re: [BKARTS] paste cooking advice?

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On Mar 11, 2004, at 9:23 AM, Hempe, Sandy wrote:

Then we cook in a
Cook-N-Stir, at a little above heat level 4 (out of 5) for about 10
until the paste turns gray and translucent.  Then we turn the heat
down to 1
(low) and cook for another half hour.  ....
I would very much appreciate any suggestions that anyone has, or paste
recipes that work well for you.

Maybe your paste is not cooking long enough at a high enough
Before the gears failed in our old Cook-N-Stir, I checked the
temperature of the heated solution. The highest it ever reached was 185
degrees F. I checked another unit and found the same low temperature.
We now have a different system.
It is my understanding that the water has to boil, and that the
solution should continue at that temperature for about 20 minutes while
being stirred.

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