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So I have been making these semi dried fruits (mangoes, oranges, etc) that are topped with stuff (cinnamon, chocolate, etc) and have been pretty popular with my friends.
Well lately I have been getting asked to sell some larger quantities.
Here is where I come into a problem. If I dried these fruits out completely, I think preserving them would be quite easy. But when I bake them I leave them a little wet. For instance, my mangoes are topped with cinnamon and baked until slightly sticky, but if you were to squeeze them a little juice would still come out.
Aside from freezing, what would be the best way for these things to last, say, a month maybe?
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So, I've recently embarked on a significant opportunity, and I'm studying abroad in Austria. This is all great, except for one thing:
I can't cook worth a damn.
Furthermore, my cooking arrangements are distinctly restricted: I have access to a grand total of two burners, and a sink, at least for everyday cooking. I can hoof it to another building where I have oven access, but that's not really my kitchen, and I'd only really be there if I was cooking for a group.
Most things that you would expect are available, including an excellent selection of cheeses, although non-sausage meat is limited in that I can only really afford to buy what's on sale. Given these restrictions, what are some simple recipes that I could probably manage?
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Hi there /ck/, I have a dilemma. I am currently spending 4 months in France (study abroad). After my first couple trips to the grocery store, I was confused that I couldn't find any peanut butter. After some googling, I learned that the French do not generally eat peanut butter. So, my question is, where can I buy peanut butter cheaply / in bulk online?
tl;dr: buy cheap peanut butter online, ship to France