Mitchblahman7 karma2019-11-25 17:11:21 UTC
But also, getting the skin wet 1 only keeps the skin wet (because the skin is the barrier for moisture) and 2 stops the skin from getting crispy (because it's not dry)
You could maybe try basting it then turning up the heat towards the end to get it crispy, but╰། ﹒ _ ﹒ །╯ idk
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Mitchblahman2 karma2019-11-25 17:15:06 UTC
What's the best way to help/convince someone to get into cooking? I know many people who are interested but say they don't have the time or skills. It seems like suggesting super basic, low skill requirement, short cooking time recipes doesn't seem to work. Even when I offer to help walk them through it.
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