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how do you get the burnt taste out of food

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Getting the burnt taste out of something depends on what it is. If you burn soup or sauce, you can throw in a raw potato to absorb the burnt taste. If you burn the chili or beans, add a spoon of peanut butter and nobody will ever know.

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I found out for certain that peanut butter will illiminate the smell and taste of scortched food this past weekend. I scotched a large pot of chicken and rice! It was either salvage it or throw it out. I googled for information. The potatoe technique required more cooking which would not work for chicken and rice so I took a huge heaping of tablespoon of peanut butter and mixed it in. Instantly the smell was gone and when I tasted it--well, it tasted like my chicken and rice! I probably didn't need to use as much peanut butter as I did. Amazing : )
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The best way to get the burnt taste out of food is not to brun it when cooking. After cooking and burning, the burnt part can be scraped off but ther burnt taste will remain.

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