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On Sep 13, 2:49*pm, Theteacup7
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Can anyone recommend a good recipe for making al pastor?

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http://rollybrook.com/ar-pastor.htm

http://rollybrook.com/taco_stand.htm

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On Sat, 5 Nov 2011 21:11:28 -0700 (PDT), Rolly Brook
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On Sep 13, 2:49*pm, Theteacup7
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Can anyone recommend a good recipe for making al pastor?

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http://rollybrook.com/ar-pastor.htm

http://rollybrook.com/taco_stand.htm


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On Nov 5, 8:11*pm, Rolly Brook wrote:

http://rollybrook.com/ar-pastor.htm


The recipe calls for a whole cup of white vinegar.

Can anybody explain the function of vinegar in Mexican cooking?

I don't much like the taste of vinegar used in commercially prepared
enchilada and taco sauces.

Is vinegar supposed to soften and pre-digest the meat?

If so, I prefer lime juice.

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On Mon, 7 Nov 2011 10:28:00 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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On Nov 5, 8:11*pm, Rolly Brook wrote:

http://rollybrook.com/ar-pastor.htm


The recipe calls for a whole cup of white vinegar.

Can anybody explain the function of vinegar in Mexican cooking?

I don't much like the taste of vinegar used in commercially prepared
enchilada and taco sauces.

Is vinegar supposed to soften and pre-digest the meat?

If so, I prefer lime juice.


Try it with lime if you prefer the taste... or less vinegar. It's
just a recipe.

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On Nov 8, 10:41*am, sf wrote:
On Mon, 7 Nov 2011 10:28:00 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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Can anybody explain the function of vinegar in Mexican cooking?


Is vinegar supposed to soften and pre-digest the meat?


Try it with lime if you prefer the taste... or less vinegar. *It's
just a recipe.


I see that I confused you with details.

Does anybody know what the function of vinegar in cooking is?



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On Wed, 9 Nov 2011 05:48:35 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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On Nov 8, 10:41*am, sf wrote:
On Mon, 7 Nov 2011 10:28:00 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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Can anybody explain the function of vinegar in Mexican cooking?


Is vinegar supposed to soften and pre-digest the meat?


Try it with lime if you prefer the taste... or less vinegar. *It's
just a recipe.


I see that I confused you with details.

Does anybody know what the function of vinegar in cooking is?


Ask in a science group. I don't care how it works.

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On Nov 9, 11:37*pm, sf wrote:
On Wed, 9 Nov 2011 05:48:35 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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Does anybody know what the function of vinegar in cooking is?


Ask in a science group. I don't care how it works.


Then don't respond to the question.
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On Thu, 10 Nov 2011 05:52:15 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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On Nov 9, 11:37*pm, sf wrote:
On Wed, 9 Nov 2011 05:48:35 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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Does anybody know what the function of vinegar in cooking is?


Ask in a science group. I don't care how it works.


Then don't respond to the question.



Go play in the street.

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On Nov 10, 9:56*am, sf wrote:

Go play in the street.


Troll.
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On Thu, 10 Nov 2011 14:21:02 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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On Nov 10, 9:56*am, sf wrote:

Go play in the street.


Troll.


Funny. I was thinking the same about you, Idiot.

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On Nov 8, 10:41*am, sf wrote:
On Mon, 7 Nov 2011 10:28:00 -0800 (PST), el krustero
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Can anybody explain the function of vinegar in Mexican cooking?


Is vinegar supposed to soften and pre-digest the meat?


Try it with lime if you prefer the taste... or less vinegar. *It's
just a recipe.


I see that I confused you with details.

Does anybody know what the function of vinegar in cooking is?


Vinegar, and other acid, add a piquancy to the food, breaksdown protein,
making it more tender, and in the case of dumplings, made with baking
powder, helps them puff up.
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