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Does flambe-ing reduce. alcohol bitterness?
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It can but there are other variables that have stronger effect. It's much more about time and temperature than a brief flambe.

 

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Palace of the Brine -- "I hear the droning in the shrine of the sea monkeys." Saltair
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phatch, do you know everything? Because I have questions about metaphysics and some other stuff wink.gif
If you make a pizza you can eat for a day.  If you make two pizzas you can eat for a day.
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If you make a pizza you can eat for a day.  If you make two pizzas you can eat for a day.
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Hardly. I do have a pretty good memory for what I read.
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