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Oxygenated Asian food

liquids taste better re-poured: edible glops might as well
 
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Water tastes flat if it sits. Pour it between two cups n the Oxygen makes it taste fresh. You might have witnessed Orange drink recirculation machines. I theorize that this freshnessing will work with any semifluid food: chinese food, pudding, even the tomato part n spread of a sandwich. I suggest 100 pt Oxygen environments to pep up the flavor of food.

slightly practical: I think this might work with rice. just add like a popcorn popper thingy to a rice cooker.

beanangel, Aug 23 2005

OXYGEN IN DRINKING WATER http://www.freedrin...10-oxygen-water.htm
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       Is this a rant or a recipe?
DrCurry, Aug 23 2005
  

       I think it's a theory.
Worldgineer, Aug 23 2005
  

       It tastes like chicken, only more so
beanangel, Aug 23 2005
  

       I want one.
reensure, Aug 23 2005
  

       It would just make the food go off faster. Don't think it's a good idea. [-]
zen_tom, Aug 23 2005
  

       Treon, you appear to have lost these: a d.
calum, Aug 23 2005
  

       apply the [etherman] principle here.   

       and I thought the orange juice circulation machine was just to kill the bugs that may have flown in.
dentworth, Aug 23 2005
  

       You don't need oxygen to enhance the flavor of Asian food, just tons of MSG.
JephSullivan, Aug 23 2005
  

       Would you still need to take a breath one hour later?
normzone, Aug 23 2005
  

       [etherman] principle? The first thing that popped up when I searched for 'etherman' seemed vaguely appropriate - would that be it?
moomintroll, Aug 23 2005
  

       Quite possibly [moomintroll] - I do like it being referred to as 'the [etherman] principle', and intend on doing so in the future.
zen_tom, Aug 23 2005
  

       //just tons of MSG// plus soy sauce and wasabi. If you can't generate flavor with all of that assistance, you might want to pick a different dish.
sleeka, Aug 23 2005
  

       [moomi], [zen], you got it in one.
dentworth, Aug 24 2005
  

       Sounds like a recipe more than a storage method, and may be as baked as "tossed salad".
sophocles, Aug 24 2005
  

       Would this method improve the flavor of British food?   

       Ohh, I'd better not get into that subject here.
ye_river_xiv, Dec 21 2006
  

       This is an interesting theory!
skatc, Nov 15 2008
  
      
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