redfishkiller

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Effect the taste and or texture of pasta?

If so, does this mean that NY would  also have the best Mac and cheese...

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Mac

 

as in macaroni 

 

mack=mackerel 

 

unless you like cheese on your fish.  :stick:

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YES

 

Plus we got Kraft here in New York.

 

Nobody makes fake cheese better.

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19 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

Effect the taste and or texture of pasta?

If so, does this mean that NY would  also have the best Mac and cheese...

FYI...affect

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i don't know about pasta but water does seem to effect the flavor of bagels and coffee,imo

 

ps. kentucky has the lousiest coffee on earth

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It doesn’t change the pasta because pasta gets dried out. It may alter the tast of fresh artisan type pasta because that doesn’t get dried out. It does make all the difference in pizza dough, bread, and bagels.

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2 mins ago, aae0130 said:

It doesn’t change the pasta because pasta gets dried out. It may alter the tast of fresh artisan type pasta because that doesn’t get dried out. It does make all the difference in pizza dough, bread, and bagels.

Would nt you think the water that its made with afects the flavor? Only water evaporates not the minerals and deolved solids. Take a few ice cubes and let them melt and dry out on a plate and see what you can scrape up on the plate. You might find some thing nasty.

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33 mins ago, redfishkiller said:

Delux or regular

220 221 what ever it takes.

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7 mins ago, fishing pete said:

Would nt you think the water that its made with afects the flavor? Only water evaporates not the minerals and deolved solids. Take a few ice cubes and let them melt and dry out on a plate and see what you can scrape up on the plate. You might find some thing nasty.

Or ifn your (you're) Red just look at you're (your) tub.

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