- Nov 11, 2002
- Nashville, TN
Do you prefer to boil water on the stove or in the microwave. Do you add a little salt to "seed" it?
You gotta start somewhere.COP1215 said:you gotta be kidding me....a brand new cooking forum and we are discussing boiling water....lmfao
psycho said:boiling water in the microwave can be dangerous
Digging up bones to pad a post count.....Cool
Yep, I haven’t had any luck getting my old account straightened out. I get tired of saying “Cool”.Digging up bones to pad a post count.....
Stove top here, and all the plumbing in my home is cpvc, there are no copper joints.
Let @Blackbeard know, maybe he will see this. If you have another account, he can merge them for you.Yep, I haven’t had any luck getting my old account straightened out. I get tired of saying “Cool”.
Here's some worthless water boiling trivia for you. I don't follow this, but it's supposedly true.
"So why don't we always cook with hot tap water? What's wrong with saving a little time? The answer can be summed up in a word: lead. Hot water dissolves lead in home plumbing more quickly than cold water, and far and away most of the lead that comes out of our taps comes from our own home plumbing. Whether you live in a very old home with lead pipes or a very new home with copper piping joined with lead-containing solder, hot tap contains more lead than cold. In recognition of this, the EPA advises consumers to always use cold water for cooking."
You're going to be banned for being a nuisance. I'm serious. Under this account, you have made 0 attempts to reach me.I have contacted him at least 3 times and asked for help.
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