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Daemon
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Dulce De Leche

Dulce de leche, Spanish for "milk candy," is a syrup prepared by slowly heating milk and sugar to create a product similar to caramel. Found as both a sauce and a caramel-like candy, it is used to flavor sweet foods such as cakes, cookies, ice cream, and flan. Though dulce de leche is especially popular in Latin American countries, many trace its origin to a similar French dish, confiture de lait, which is often served with what? More...
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Dulce De Leche
Dulce de leche, Spanish for "milk candy," is a syrup prepared by slowly heating milk and sugar to create a product similar to caramel. Found as both a sauce and a caramel-like candy, it is used to flavor sweet foods such as cakes, cookies, ice cream, and flan. Though dulce de leche is especially popular in Latin American countries, many trace its origin to a similar French dish, confiture de lait.
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Interesting recipe for a home-made explosion: boiling an unopened can. Otherwise, how water from the milk evaporate, if the can remains closed?
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taurine wrote:
Interesting recipe for a home-made explosion: boiling an unopened can. Otherwise, how water from the milk evaporate, if the can remains closed?


There is very little water in condensed milk, it has already been removed in the condescending process, the heat is to change the structure of the sugar molecules.

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Looks delicious. I'll try this at home.
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