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  1. Standard memberdrewnogal
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  2. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    13 Sep '15 22:30
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schmaltz
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    14 Sep '15 14:27
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    - Hot water, properly hot not handwarm, and sufficient of it; first under the running tap and then in the sink with washing-up liquid; and in my pans there is never enough oil or fat for the leftover amount to be a problem.
    - Someone else chucking a pan in my in-use sink never happens to me but if it did I would be ticked off.
    - We have big plastic bins the cats can't get into, and no raccoons to lift the lids.
    - My sink got blocked only once, and I don't think it was fat.
    - Clean your clothes with good washing powder at a suffiicient temperature (heat is good against all fats).
    - What I cook in depends on what I cook in it, and from what cuisine. Other oils such as peanut or sunflower are also useful.
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    14 Sep '15 14:28
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schmaltz
    May the Schmaltz be with you!
  5. Standard memberdrewnogal
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  6. Mar-a-Lago
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    14 Sep '15 18:38
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I usually don't do fat birds. Easy prey yet one ends up paying it
    with clinginess in the aftermath.
    Yes a pity shag has its downsides
  7. Mar-a-Lago
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    14 Sep '15 18:39
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    Er, buy a dishwasher
  8. SubscriberSuzianne
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    14 Sep '15 18:521 edit
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    Er, buy a dishwasher
    Still, even with a dishwasher, one must take care not to just chuck meat or poultry fat down the sink. Wipe it out with a paper towel and throw it in the trash. That's much better than lining your pipes or your arteries.

    Dawn dishwashing soap cuts grease like a demon. They even use it to clean waterfowl inundated in oil spills.
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    14 Sep '15 22:21
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    Yes a pity shag has its downsides
    No wonder - you're not supposed to fry cormorants in fat, silly, you boil them!
  10. Standard memberSeitse
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    14 Sep '15 22:31
    Originally posted by Captain Strange
    Yes a pity shag has its downsides
    downsides, upsides, frontsides, backsides, sides on the sides, all
    over the place, everywhere! :'(
  11. Mar-a-Lago
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    15 Sep '15 21:15
    Originally posted by Seitse
    I usually don't do fat birds. Easy prey yet one ends up paying it
    with clinginess in the aftermath.
    Kind of a paradox.
    The heavier a woman gets the easier she is to pick up.
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