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Can children eat food cooked with beer or wine?


 

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Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) says

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    Susan Britton (suzzycue) 4 years ago

    That's awesome I want to try this. Seared in alcohol that would be a treat.


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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 4 years ago

    Heck, back in the early days, (Mayflower era and before), kids were routinely served beer. Back then, beer was actually a way of preserving grains; it was like "liquid bread."

    And, they obviously survived or we wouldn't exist! ;-)


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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    I agree about the rum cake. How interesting that it takes 2 1/2 hours to cook out all the alcohol. I really appreciate your thorough answer!


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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    Thank you for your very thorough answer. We've missed seeing you around!

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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    Very interesting that the alcohol doesn't cook out completely. Thanks!


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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    Wow, that's interesting information! The U.S. is stricter on their liquor laws.


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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    Great answer! i hadn't considered the nitrate issue and you're right, a lot of people are sensitive to it. I think the advice of a pediatrician would definitely put my mind at ease. Thank you!

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    Attikos 4 years ago

    The pastor's on his own. He isn't getting my bourbon sweet potatoes.

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    vespawoolf 3 years ago

    I bet your chicken is delicious!

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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    That makes sense. Fondue isn't heated enough to evaporate the alcohol. Thank you.

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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    True, it might not be a good idea for some guests.

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