Debunking 5-Minute-Craft's FAKE TikTok debunk!! | How To Cook That Ann Reardon
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Debunking 5-Minute-Craft's FAKE TikTok debunk!! | How To Cook That Ann Reardon
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Debunking 5-Minute-Craft's FAKE TikTok debunk!! | How To Cook That Ann Reardon
Debunking 5-Minute-Craft’s fake debunk of viral TikTok, plus ice cream & dark baking tins.
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  1. Maybe you can explain the science behind the "steel ball method" which is the method for checking if a stainless steel pan is hot enough to cook things but not too hot to stick to the pan. You take a drop of water on a pan as it heats, if the ball shapes into a sphere and rolls around the pan, it's a good temperature to prevent eggs and other things from sticking. It's worked for me so long as there is oil in the pan but I don't get why it works

  2. Not even kidding, I legit learned something from this video. I've gone YEARS believing that lighter pans were better than darker pans when it came to slow, even baking…but now that I think about it I had both different metals AND different metal thicknesses between the dark & light baking tins/sheets I used. I'll use this knowledge going forward. As always, thank you for this informative video!

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