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Solicit or offer ideas, cheer each other on, ask for or offer data or resources, team up and do a group-authored post or a mini-carnival cluster of posts, find a beta, be a beta ...

I would like to say: I am not at all worried about avoiding duplication, and suggest that nobody else be either.

If eight people do posts on How To Cook Eggs, they will all be different, they will all be right and useful, and each of them will be somebody's absolute most useful and favourite post of the whole carnival.

Carry on!

Date: 2011-12-17 03:54 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] redbird
A discussion of what frozen vegetables are similar to fresh, and for which purposes, might be useful. One person probably doesn't want a whole cauliflower, maybe not even half of one: but she can grab a half-cup from a package of frozen cauliflower in the freezer and steam it or put into a stir-fry. (Cauliflower comes to mind because that's one my girlfriend keeps in her freezer.)

I'm thinking of things where it's more or less interchangeable, not something like dried mushrooms, which have to be treated differently from fresh. I realize that this is somewhat subjective: people disagree about frozen bell peppers, for example.

Date: 2011-12-17 09:07 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] kake
Ooh, yes. Frozen spinach is one of my main standbys, and I also love frozen edamame. I'd be very interested in hearing which other veg are also good frozen.

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