mw132 at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
Fri Mar 29 11:52:50 EST 2002
On 29 Mar 2002, David L Haviland wrote:
> No doubt the pressure would keep the bird moist.
> But would you want your bird "autoclaved" (yes,I'm intentionally NOT
> using the word 'cooked' even though that is what will happen!!) in a
> used autoclave? I can "taste" it now... "Forget the garlic. This
> bird is excellent with an 'ode to Luria Broth aftertaste...."
there is a reason for calling these devices "pressure cookers".
They are a common kitchen device. Arn't there any girls on this
newsgroup? (hastily ducks head _below_ the parapet). Regards, John Smith.
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