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Old 06-10-2011, 09:25 AM   #11
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Thanks, but I don't approve using products like these.
Just in case you are unaware, that product is nothing but.... CORN STARCH.

So if you thicken HOT things with the traditional corn starch and water slurry,
you are using the exact same thing.
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Chop the onion first.

We didn't say to use a slow speed. with the motor running, dribble in the oil in a slow steady stream. The oil should go in slow, not the machine on slow.
Oh, ok. Should the oil be poured in by portions?

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Just in case you are unaware, that product is nothing but.... CORN STARCH.

So if you thicken HOT things with the traditional corn starch and water slurry,
you are using the exact same thing.
Thanks but I don't like the sound of it.
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Thickening agent for salad dressing Hello, I have this Japanese ginger salad dressing where you add fresh onion (soy sauce-honey- sesame oil- oil- onion- ginger) I mix them using a blender, it has a nice texture but it separates fast and I end up with runny dressing at the bottom. What can I add to make it hold it consistency? 3 stars 1 reviews
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