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Redditors Disclose The Biggest 'No No' Thing When Cooking

Uh, did you know Olive Oil can go bad? Because I never even thought about that. Redditor, u/MomosOnSale, asked the online community, "Redditors who cook, what's the biggest 'no no' thing in cooking?" 

And the comments are actually filled some really helpful cooking tips. 

I also read a majority of these cooking tips with Disney's Ratatouille chef Colette's voice in mind. Try it, it's fun.

Anyways, I learned a little something from this and maybe you will, too! 

Anyone else got some helpful cooking tips?

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    "The spices will congeal in their containers from the moisture introduced. Instead, put the spices in a separate side container then add to a steaming pot.”

    Food - Never pour spices directly into a steaming pot on the stove...
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    Product - Olive Oil can go bad, lots of people think it can't, but it can.
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    "Unless it’s something you specifically need to be mixing or stirring constantly, leave it alone! You’ll never get proper color on things if they make more contact with your spatula than your pan.”

    Food - For the love of god stop mucking about with whatever it is you're cooking. ATAG
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    Product - Don't let your baking powder get clumpy. Tiny rocks of baking powder ruin anything you bake
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    “I’m a chef for a living, I butcher 10-20 ducks a week and I have 6 knives? Even that is just cause I’m very particular. Your average home chef needs 3 at most. A standard lengths chef knife, a paring knife...

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    " ...which most home chefs never use from what I've seen, and I medium size blade for veggies can be nice."


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    Natural foods - Learned this the hard way: don't throw fresh chili peppers into a hot pan unless you want to pepper spray the whole house
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    Product - Glass cutting boards. Like seriously, just GTFO
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    Text - Cross-contamination is such a huge deal. Like no, you can't cut veg on the same board you just cut raw meat on, you trying to make everyone sick??
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    Steak - Cranking the heat to reduce the cooking time will leave you with a burnt outside and an under-done inside.
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    Text - Clean as you go. It minimizes clutter and mess and makes everything easier.
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    Dish - Don't cut meat immediately after cooking it, more juices will flow out, the meat will become drier. Wait a few minutes
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    Food - Dull knives. I've seen some real bludgeons in other people's kitchens; no wonder they hate prep work.
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    Al dente - Don't rinse your pasta.
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    Food - Don't forget to let the ingredients get to know each other
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    Food - Always wear pants while cooking bacon.
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    “Stack your fridge appropriately so cross-contamination doesn’t happen. Veggies and fruit on top, then beef, fish, poultry. Chicken juice will contaminate raw veggies so quick.”

    Product - Please stack your fridge appropriately.
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    Food - TASTE. AS. YOU. GO.
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    Food - Coming anywhere near my non-stick pan with metal. If you scratch my pan I will scratch your soul.
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    Blender - Blenders are not just for smoothies, use them for sauces and your life will be changed. Osterizer
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