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If we can all agree I think that in general most take the term confit to mean something that is cooked in its own fat (yes/no?). If that is the case, then what are some other chefs thoughts on the obvious mis-use of this term by many today? The reason I ask is because I have seen menus that sport "cornmeal confit". What are some thoughts on the mis-use of cooking terms?
 
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