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cooking with kurma"Where does vegetarian rennet comes from, and is it genetically modified?"
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"I'm a strict vegetarian but a little worried about my vitamin B12 levels. Is it true B12 can only come from an animal source?"
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"I drink cold milk from the fridge on my breakfast cereal but I sometimes get a tummy ache. My grandma says I should drink it hot. Why?"
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"Are all cooking oils the same, or are some preferred for different kitchen tasks, like frying? And is frying healthy?"
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"What is tamarind sauce and where can I buy it?"
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"When I am cooking khichari, often the food
(rice and dal) burns on the bottom. What am I doing wrong?"
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"Is yeast a vegetarian product? Where does it come from?"
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"Do you think it's healthier to be a vegetarian than a meat eater?"
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"What's wrong with eating eggs?"
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"Can you directly substitute soy milk for cows milk when following your recipe for panir cheese?"
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"Can you suggest some gluten-free flours that I can use to replace wheat flour?"
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"I am looking for vegetarian gelatine. Can you suggest any suppliers?"
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"What sources of vegetarian protein would you recommend for a person following a
rigorous exercise regiment such as a martial arts program?"
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"What is black pepper made up of?"
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"My millet is not fluffy! Do you use unhulled or hulled millet for cooking in recipes?
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"My panir cheese has turned out hard, dry and crumbly ... What am I doing wrong?"
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"Is it true that to get the most aroma out of curry leaves (for making fish curry), they should be fried till slightly burnt ?"
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"Is reheated food a bad thing?"
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"Is there such a spice as cassia leaf?"
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"We have all your cookbooks, and eagerly await the next one. We have always meant to ask you - why don't you use garlic and onions? "
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"I have been reading in Cooking with Kurma about how to make homemade panir (curd) cheese. Is panir the same as ricotta cheese? "
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"I recently saw in your newest cookbook Vegetarian World Food a delightful recipe for no-bake cheesecake based around condensed milk that we used to make "way back when" ... Do I have to buy the book to get the recipe?"
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"We have never had any success in baking items such as breads, rolls, cakes, bagels, doughnuts etc. Can we expect a book from you for these items?"
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"I have made the baked cheesecake from Great Vegetarian Dishes and the mixture it made was far too much for the radius of the bottom of the dish recommended by the recipe.What are we doing wrong?"
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"Is rajgira atta, a flour used here in India especially on Ekadasi [special fast days when grains are not eaten] the same as buckwheat?"
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