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Potato (Potato)
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Posted on Sunday, November 07, 2010 - 5:10 pm:   Edit PostDelete PostView Post/Check IPPrint Post   Move Post (Moderator/Admin Only)Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I used to have a (probably unique) scrund about the preparation of a certain meal. With hindsight, I could kick myself for it, but in fact, I didn't get rid of the scrund until I tried to prepare said meal myself.
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Did the meal include potatoes? *grin*
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Did the meal include potatoes? *grins at Potato*
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sorry for the weirdness...somehow my first post disappeared, or I thought it did, so I sent another post...please ignore one or the other, hopefully the mods can assist.
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Did the meal include potatoes? *grins at Potato* LOL, but no :-D

sorry for the weirdness...somehow my first post disappeared, or I thought it did, so I sent another post...please ignore one or the other, hopefully the mods can assist. No big deal
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The meal:

Has meat?
Has potatoes?
Is it pizza?
Is it edible?
Was edible after you cook it?
Is it a soup?
Can we prepare it?
Are we likely to have the same scrund?
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The meal:

Has meat? No
Has potatoes? No
Is it pizza? No
Is it edible? Yes
Was edible after you cook it? Yes
Is it a soup? No
Can we prepare it? Yes
Are we likely to have the same scrund? It's possible but I don't think it's probable
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Is the meal eaten for breakfast? Lunch? Dinner? Is it an appetizer? Dessert?
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Is the meal eaten for breakfast? I think it could be in some areas of the world, but not in the Western world, AFIAK Lunch? Dinner? Could be eiher, it's a warm meal Is it an appetizer? Possibly, but I raher think of it as a full meal Dessert? No
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Does the meal include bread? Pastry?
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Does the meal include bread? Pastry? No to both
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Is the scrund related to the name of the dish? Relevant how many ingredients there are?

Does the dish contain any of the following;
fish?
seafood?
vegetables?
fruit?
any sort of liquid?
any meat replacement, like soy or tofu?

Are any of the ingredienst relevant? Or simply something about the preparation?
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Is the scrund related to the name of the dish? Yesish Relevant how many ingredients there are? Yes

Does the dish contain any of the following;
fish?
seafood?
vegetables?
fruit?
any sort of liquid?
any meat replacement, like soy or tofu? None of these

Are any of the ingredienst relevant? The meal as I had known it has one more ingredient than the meal as I prepared it Or simply something about the preparation?
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Does it contain dairy? berries?

Is this dish well known?

The yesish regarding the name, does it have anything to do with the name indicating something that should be there, but is obviously not (like chicken salad would of course contain chicken, but you won't find Germans in German sausages)?
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Does it contain dairy? berries? None of these

Is this dish well known? Yes

The yesish regarding the name, does it have anything to do with the name indicating something that should be there, but is obviously not (like chicken salad would of course contain chicken, but you won't find Germans in German sausages)? No, it's the other way round
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Does the dish include meat? Chicken? Other birds? Fish?
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Does the dish include meat? Chicken? Other birds? Fish? Neither
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Does it include chocolate? Fruit? Vegetables?
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Does it contain grains of any sort?
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Does it include chocolate? Fruit? Vegetables? None of these

Does it contain grains of any sort? Yes
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Porridge?
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Is it a pasta dish?
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Porridge? No

Is it a pasta dish? No
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Rice?
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Rice? Yes
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Is this a common rice dish? Does it use ordinary white rice? Is it related to a specific type of cuisine? Asian cuisine?
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Does it have to do with risotto? Did you add button mushrooms instead of porcini? and it didn't have quite the same zep?
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Is this a common rice dish? Yes, I would say so, even though I guess most people rather consider it a side dish then a real meal Does it use ordinary white rice? Yes, but it'd work with other sorts, too Is it related to a specific type of cuisine? Asian cuisine? No to these

Does it have to do with risotto? No Did you add button mushrooms instead of porcini? and it didn't have quite the same zep? I left out something, but that something normally doesn't belong there
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Were you trying to prepare the common pilaf ? Did you leave pepper out? Salt?

Hmm, I have to remember what my grandma used to put in it
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Did you think that "rice pilaf" meant "pilaf flavored with rice", where "pilaf" was some kind of vegetable or other grain? whereas there is actually no ingredient that is called "pilaf" by itself?
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Were you trying to prepare the common pilaf ? Did you leave pepper out? Salt? No, it has nothing to do with pilaf

Did you think that "rice pilaf" meant "pilaf flavored with rice", where "pilaf" was some kind of vegetable or other grain? whereas there is actually no ingredient that is called "pilaf" by itself? See above

As to the meal itself, you're thinking too complicatedly. Think more along the lines of, how can rice generally be prepared?
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Rice should be boiled in water. Did you manage not to boil it? :=)
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You responded that you left out something that normally doesn't belong, and to think of how rice is prepared.
So does it have to do with the way rice is boiled in water to cook it since the water boils away so it shouldn't be there? in the sense that you made "fried rice" by frying it rather than boiling it and then frying it? because that would be the mistake I would make
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Rice should be boiled in water. Did you manage not to boil it? :=) LOL, no

You responded that you left out something that normally doesn't belong, and to think of how rice is prepared. Right
So does it have to do with the way rice is boiled in water to cook it since the water boils away so it shouldn't be there? No in the sense that you made "fried rice" by frying it rather than boiling it and then frying it? No, but you're *somewhat* OTRT because that would be the mistake I would make :-)
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Did you leave out a sauce? Butter?
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Did you leave out a sauce? Butter? Neither
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Did you leave out something used for flavoring the rice? A spice?
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Did you leave out something used for flavoring the rice? Yesish A spice? No
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Herbs? Were you supposed to use stock when boiling the rice, not just plain water?
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Herbs? Were you supposed to use stock when boiling the rice, not just plain water? No to both
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Are there beans in the dish as well?
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Are there beans in the dish as well? No

HINT: The dish is just plain fried rice (that's why Tortiekitten's one question was OTRT), and when I made it myself, I didn't use any other ingredient than rice. However, for some reason, I expected somehing else to be in the fried rice as well (which, of course, wasn't when I made it myself).
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Pork? Shrimp? Did you expect it to be "special"?

I'm trying to remember what different kinds of fried rice there are without actually going and looking at the take-out menu we have for the local Chinese place...which Tortie probably knows better than me, despite the fact that it's here and she's elsewhere, as she usually helps Mom with the ordering while she's home.
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Pork? Shrimp? Neither Did you expect it to be "special"? Depends on how you define "special". It's nothing exotic but I'm not sure if people would expect it with fried rice, at least not in that very form.

I'm trying to remember what different kinds of fried rice there are without actually going and looking at the take-out menu we have for the local Chinese place...which Tortie probably knows better than me, despite the fact that it's here and she's elsewhere, as she usually helps Mom with the ordering while she's home. Waaaaayyyyyyyyyyyy too complicated, I'm afraid.
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Well..."special fried rice" has vegetables, bits of fried eggs, little bits of meat...I can't remember what exactly. Tortie can weigh in when she's back.
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Hmm, usually the fried rice I order come with egg. Is this the missing ingredient?
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Well..."special fried rice" has vegetables, bits of fried eggs, little bits of meat...I can't remember what exactly. Tortie can weigh in when she's back. See below

Hmm, usually the fried rice I order come with egg. Is this the missing ingredient? YES! (I had no idea that fried rice with egg is something common. I've never ordered any, lol. Sorry if that caused some confusion.)

Now, why didn't adding the egg occur to me?
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Is it relevant where you usually ordered your eggs?

Did you think that the eggs in fried rice was something else than eggs?
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Is it relevant where you usually ordered your eggs? No

Did you think that the eggs in fried rice was something else than eggs? Yes
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Did you think it was simply something coming from frying the rice?
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Did you think it was simply something coming from frying the rice? Yes


********** SPOILER **********

When my mum made fried rice, there were always little white and yellow flakes in it. She never old me what they were and I never asked but since she always referred to the dish as "fried rice", I thought that it contained nothing but rice and that the flakes must be a result of the frying process. When I tried to prepare the same dish myself, however, I never got those flakes (that I greatly enjoyed) and eventually, I asked her and she told me that they were little pieces of fried egg. When I was younger, I wouldn't eat eggs when I recognized them as such, which is the reason why I didn't recognize the flakes through their taste.
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Good one, lol. Do you eat eggs these days then?
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Not really, lol. I now eat scrambled eggs and I still love the egg flakes in the rice, but I don't like fried eggs (that is, the version where you can clearly recognize the egg white and yolk) and hard-cooked eggs.
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I like eggs. I have even tried green eggs and ham, lol. (We had them when I was five, in kindergarten...it was probably made with judicious amounts of food coloring, I'd think. *grin*)

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