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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby aranil » Tue Jul 13, 2010 11:33 am

Funny sammich story:
Made a whole turkey on sunday.
Monday is left over turkey day, so I pull out all the sandwich stuff. My sister looks at the bowl of carved turkey.
"How to I make a sandwich with this? Its not like, sliced like the stuff we normally use"
/facepalm. I tell her to shred it with her hands, and apperently I spourted another head.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Palmela » Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:53 pm

Since it seems the realms will never come up today I've been trolling the site. This page caught my eye, I love cooking I find it relaxing and there's always the bonus of having something good to eat after. I make a rosemary pork roast with some kind of chili peppers depending on whats growing at the house. Usually Habaneros because they are the hottest we have growing, anyways on to the recipe.

1/4 cup of rosemary
5-x garlic cloves, depending on how much you love garlic.
2 Tbsp. Kosher salt
2 Tbsp. ground black pepper
I usually use 5 Habaneros, but 3 would cover it, or none if you're not a fan of spicy food.
2 Tbsp. Olive oil

Mix all of the above ingredients in a food processor and add olive oil until it becomes a thick paste.

I usually do this with a 3lb pork roast so if bigger add and small detract ingredients.

Butterfly the roast(cutting down the center somewhere preferably leaving the fatty end on the bottom as its hard to cut through and you can get the full butterfly, leave a small area so the two halves are connected), now you will have two halves. Cut a deep pocket in each half and spread the paste in each pocket and every other area inside and outside of the roast. Cook on a rotisserie for 20 min/lb or until the roast reaches 160 in the center.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby JakeDaniels » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:43 am

I knew I remembered this thread =)

I was typing a recipe for my gf to make after work and i thought I'd share.


Chicken Enchiladas

Sauce:
1/4 c Flour
1/4 c oil
1/4 c chilli powder
4 c warm-hotish chicken broth
salt/pepper/onion/garlic/oregano/cumin -to taste

-Put oil in a sauce pan and heat
-add the flour and brown it (rue) don't burn it
-take it off the heat and add the chilli power (don't burn it)
-add the chicken broth (1-2 cups at a time) and wisk it
-wisk untill the sauce is thick enough stick to the back of a spoon but not too runny
-add the spices to taste. not too much salt due to the chicken broth
-let simmer for 20-30 minutes to sexify the flavors then taste it again
-add more spices if the sauce needs them


Tortillas:
-put oil in a pan. deep enough to go to the first knuckle on your finger.
-heat the oil till it is very hot. rolling hot
-place a tortilla in the oil maybe 5-10 seconds per side


Goodies:
16ish oz. shreaded cheese
1-2 cans chopped olives
1/2 c minced onion. (Optional)
-in a large bowl, combine everything


Assembly:
-on a tortilla, add shreaded chicken, then a little sauce, then the goodies
-roll up and place in a single row on a cookie sheet (i've noticed double stacks stick)
-top with more cheese/sauce
-bake 350F for 20-30 minutes. till the cheese melts
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Pallywhackr » Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:11 pm

Just made turkey meatballs for the first time tonight, pretty successful concoction!

1 1/2 lbs ground turkey
1 small onion, diced
2 t oregano
2 t basil
3 cloves garlic, minced
salt and black pepper
1 1/2 C all-purpose flour
1 large egg
1 1/2 C bread crumbs
1/2 C heavy cream
1/2 C olive oil
1 T Butter

Mix turkey, onion, oregano, basil, garlic and salt and pepper. Add egg, bread crumbs and heavy cream. Roll meatballs to desired size. Heat a large pan and add oil and butter. Dust meatballs with some flour and brown them over medium-high heat.

You can finish them off by roasting them in the oven, I put them in an oven safe pot, covered them in canned tomato sauce and cooked them for about 45 mins at 375 degrees.

I ended up using two pounds of 97/3 ground turkey, as I didn't feel like splitting up and saving half a roll of meat. The original recipe called for 3 eggs and a full cup of heavy cream but 1 egg and 1/2 a cup of cream seemed to get the job done just fine. More then that and they'll probably be a sloppy mess. If you want to cut a little fat out (or you don't have access to heavy cream for some reason), I've heard you can substitute the cream for whatever milk you have in the refrigerator.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Thalia » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:17 pm

Pallywhackr wrote:Just made turkey meatballs for the first time tonight, pretty successful concoction!

1 1/2 lbs ground turkey
1 small onion, diced
2 t oregano
2 t basil
3 cloves garlic, minced
salt and black pepper
1 1/2 C all-purpose flour
1 large egg
1 1/2 C bread crumbs
1/2 C heavy cream
1/2 C olive oil
1 T Butter

Mix turkey, onion, oregano, basil, garlic and salt and pepper. Add egg, bread crumbs and heavy cream. Roll meatballs to desired size. Heat a large pan and add oil and butter. Dust meatballs with some flour and brown them over medium-high heat.

You can finish them off by roasting them in the oven, I put them in an oven safe pot, covered them in canned tomato sauce and cooked them for about 45 mins at 375 degrees.

I ended up using two pounds of 97/3 ground turkey, as I didn't feel like splitting up and saving half a roll of meat. The original recipe called for 3 eggs and a full cup of heavy cream but 1 egg and 1/2 a cup of cream seemed to get the job done just fine. More then that and they'll probably be a sloppy mess. If you want to cut a little fat out (or you don't have access to heavy cream for some reason), I've heard you can substitute the cream for whatever milk you have in the refrigerator.


Thanks, Been dying for a new ground turkey recipe!

This sounds delicious! Gonna try making it with a putanesca sauce though which is like tomato sauce but with capers and olives too!
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Pallywhackr » Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:06 am

I just watched an old episode of Good Eats with Alton Brown and he had a pretty basic "pantry friendly" tomato sauce recipe I think I'll try out the next time I make these.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/pantry-friendly-tomato-sauce-recipe/index.html
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby katraya » Wed Aug 11, 2010 9:50 am

I hate eating out for lunch during then work week. It gets expensive and most of the food isn't very healthy. However, I know if I bring in something that isn't tasty (frozen meals, PB&J)I'll end up running down to the cafeteria. Sometimes I try to make big meals that make good leftovers like lasagna or mac and cheese.

The last two days I have made myself some awesome wraps. I cook up chicken breast ahead of time and slice it up so they're quick and easy to make in the morning.

The "recipe" is:
Some sort of wrap or torilla
Greens (Lettuce, Spring mix, spinach)
Cooked, chopped chicken breast
Sliced tomato
Fresh Mozzarella slices
Fresh basil leaves

I throw all that in a wrap and then wrap foil around it. Right before I am going to eat it I throw some Balsamic on it.

Next week the mozz, tomato and basil are getting traded in for feta, cucumber and homemade tzatziki sauce.


Does anyone else have any great lunch tips for people stuck in offices?
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Fridmarr » Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:00 am

Your lunch routine sounds a lot like mine. I usually bring leftovers and when it is chicken or steak that usually means a wrap. With no leftovers it's usually a sandwich with some fruit (particularly this time of year) on the side. I make fresh sandwich bread a few times a week, so the sandwiches are pretty enjoyable and healthy. Plus I can vary up the bread style a bit to stave off boredom. I've been really trying to avoid processed foods and preservatives as much as possible, and making my own bread has been a huge help, so when I "fall back" to a sandwich it's something I really enjoy.

Also, my bread maker makes jelly very easily. I'm not really much of a PB&J fan, but my kids are, and the homemade jelly along with the homemade bread makes me feel a lot better about them eating it.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Thalia » Wed Aug 11, 2010 10:09 am

Aergis makes homemade Brioche...its soooo good.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby katraya » Mon Aug 16, 2010 1:36 pm

I made this last night and it was pretty good. Listing the recipe how I would do it next time.

Simplistic Eggplant Parmigiana
1 large eggplant cut into @ 3/4 inch slices (rounds)*
1 Can of diced tomatoes (mine had garlic other Italian herbs in it already)
4 cloves of garlic (depends on how garlicy you like stuff)
Fresh Mozzarella
Basil

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees
Coat both sides of eggplant slices with olive oil and top with a bit of salt and pepper
Place on baking sheet and cook for about 30 minutes or until tender, flipping halfway through

Sauté garlic in olive oil
Add canned tomatoes
Cook while eggplant is baking, reduce it so it isn't too watery
I threw in a dash of red wine from a bottle my roommate had open but I don't think it was essential
Toss in some shredding basil just as it is finished

Remove tray with eggplant from oven
Top each eggplant with a few tablespoons of tomato sauce
Place thin slice of mozzarella on top
Return to oven until cheese is melted

This was really easy to make and quite yummy. Baking the eggplant rather than frying it also makes this dish a bit better for you than the usual version.


I am using the leftover sauce tonight with sausage, spinach and mushrooms. It kicked the pants off anything in a can and was really easy to make.

* I made this again Friday and it came out disappointingly bitter. Neither time did I pre-salt and wipe down the eggplant slices but I certainly will next time. I have no idea why it didn't effect it the first time.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby katraya » Mon Aug 23, 2010 9:22 am

Made this last night for a dinner party and it was very tasty. Adpated from a recipe on The Wednesday Chef food blog

Chicken Roasted with Mustard
Serves 4

Small handful of chopped fresh tarragon
6 tablespoons Dijon mustard
2 large cloves of garlic
2 TB olive oil
8 chicken thighs
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/3 cup breadcrumbs
2 tablespoons melted butter

1. Mix together garlic, mustard, olive oil, and tarragon. I usually do this at least an hour or more ahead of time so the flavors have time to mix together.

2. Heat the oven to 375 degrees.

3. Rinse the chicken thigh and pat them dry. Season well with salt and pepper. Brush the mustard mixture over the skin side of each thigh to coat thinly. Lay the legs in a shallow baking dish, leaving space between them. Sprinkle evenly with the breadcrumbs and drizzle evenly with the melted butter.

3. Roast about 30 minutes or until the meat is very tender and the coating is crisp.



That mustard mixture is really good on potatoes too. I quarter small red or yellow potatoes, boil them until cooked 3/4 of the way through, toss them in the mustard and then roast them at a high heat until brown and crisp.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Thalia » Tue Aug 24, 2010 10:41 am

katraya wrote:I made this last night and it was pretty good. Listing the recipe how I would do it next time.

Simplistic Eggplant Parmigiana
1 large eggplant cut into @ 3/4 inch slices (rounds)*
1 Can of diced tomatoes (mine had garlic other Italian herbs in it already)
4 cloves of garlic (depends on how garlicy you like stuff)
Fresh Mozzarella
Basil

Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees
Coat both sides of eggplant slices with olive oil and top with a bit of salt and pepper
Place on baking sheet and cook for about 30 minutes or until tender, flipping halfway through

Sauté garlic in olive oil
Add canned tomatoes
Cook while eggplant is baking, reduce it so it isn't too watery
I threw in a dash of red wine from a bottle my roommate had open but I don't think it was essential
Toss in some shredding basil just as it is finished

Remove tray with eggplant from oven
Top each eggplant with a few tablespoons of tomato sauce
Place thin slice of mozzarella on top
Return to oven until cheese is melted

This was really easy to make and quite yummy. Baking the eggplant rather than frying it also makes this dish a bit better for you than the usual version.


I am using the leftover sauce tonight with sausage, spinach and mushrooms. It kicked the pants off anything in a can and was really easy to make.

* I made this again Friday and it came out disappointingly bitter. Neither time did I pre-salt and wipe down the eggplant slices but I certainly will next time. I have no idea why it didn't effect it the first time.


This sounds like a super healthy meal too. Imma use part skim mozzarella though.

I'm also thinking of adding zucchini rounds to it since I love that, maybe some roasted peppers too!

Thanks so much for the recipe and idea!
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby fuzzygeek » Tue Aug 24, 2010 1:29 pm

Thalia wrote:Aergis makes homemade Brioche...its soooo good.


I demand this recipe.

This weekend I turned a $0.98 bag of four oranges into:
- candied orange peels
- orange syrup
- orange sorbet

Quarter oranges. Carefully remove peels. Quarter peels lengthwise. Put oranges and enough water to cover in pot. Heat water to boil. Discard water. Repeat 3-4 times (this removes the bitterness of the pith).

Bring 4.5 cups vanilla sugar + 1.5 cups sugar to 230-234 degrees.

Add peel. Simmer at 230 until rinds are translucent -- may take an hour.

Remove from syrup, allow to cool until you can handle them. Toss in (more) sugar. Allow to fully dry. May take several hours, except here in Phoenix where it took two minutes. Store in ziplock bag with leftover dusting sugar.

The remaining syrup will be orange infused. Good for iced tea, or for use with the sorbet recipe, There's likely to be enough pectin in the liquid that it'll turn into jelly once it cools. This is especially good spread on bread and toasted.

Sorbet: take the fruit, remove as much pith and seeds. Put in blender with 1/2 cup water. Blend. Strain out the juice -- hopefully you've got about 2 cups of liquid. Add 1/2 cup sugar (or leftover syrup), 1/2 cup honey. 1/8 cup mandarin orange vodka. Chill, then turn into sorbet with magic ice cream maker.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby fuzzygeek » Fri Aug 27, 2010 10:12 pm

Yay lazyfood. One from when I was a broke college student:

You will need:

Hamburger buns.
Frozen chicken patties.
Jar of spaghetti sauce.
Mozzarella Cheese.

Heat oven, put patties on baking sheet, spoon some sauce on them, cover with cheese. Cook as directed. Put between bread. Enjoy.

For advanced users: broil the patties to brown the cheese a bit. Maillard reactions are for yum.

Of course, you probably won't finish the entire jar of sauce. What to do?

Use it instead of (or in conjunction with!) mayonnaise in sandwiches with sliced chicken or turkey. Possibly roast beef.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Pala » Sat Aug 28, 2010 7:27 pm

katraya wrote:Made this last night for a dinner party and it was very tasty. Adpated from a recipe on The Wednesday Chef food blog

Chicken Roasted with Mustard
Serves 4

Small handful of chopped fresh tarragon
6 tablespoons Dijon mustard
2 large cloves of garlic
2 TB olive oil
8 chicken thighs
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/3 cup breadcrumbs
2 tablespoons melted butter

1. Mix together garlic, mustard, olive oil, and tarragon. I usually do this at least an hour or more ahead of time so the flavors have time to mix together.

2. Heat the oven to 375 degrees.

3. Rinse the chicken thigh and pat them dry. Season well with salt and pepper. Brush the mustard mixture over the skin side of each thigh to coat thinly. Lay the legs in a shallow baking dish, leaving space between them. Sprinkle evenly with the breadcrumbs and drizzle evenly with the melted butter.

3. Roast about 30 minutes or until the meat is very tender and the coating is crisp.

That mustard mixture is really good on potatoes too. I quarter small red or yellow potatoes, boil them until cooked 3/4 of the way through, toss them in the mustard and then roast them at a high heat until brown and crisp.


A mustard mixture like this is really good on pork chops too. Earlier in the week I bought some semi-boneless pork ribs and I've been putting some pepper, salt, cayenne, and garlic powder on them. I put them on high heat in a pan to get a nice crust on each side and then toss them under the broiler for 8-10 minutes. It comes out with a delicious, almost burnt crust and nice and juicy cooked inside.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby katraya » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:15 am

I'm trying to lose a significant amount of weight by next summer so I have been trying to eat better. I recently pulled out my South Beach Diet cookbook and have started making some recipes from there. last night I made this:

5-Spice Salmon
1 1/2 teaspoons finely grated lime peel
3 tablespoons fresh lime juice
1 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil
4 teaspoons finely chopped fresh ginger
1 teaspoon Chinese five-spice powder*
1 pound salmon steaks, cut into 4 equal pieces

Those are the amounts the recipe called for. I used one large piece of salmon and just added ingredients to taste.

Marinate salmon for at least 30 minutes. The recipe says to grill it but I just threw it in a 400 degree oven for about 20 minutes.

*Chinese 5-Spice Powder is fennel, cloves, cinnamon, star anise, and Szechuan peppercorn. I found it easily at my grocery store and I have seen several recipes call for it.

I served this with brown rice and spinach sautéed with garlic. The whole meal was really tasty and pretty darn healthy. Thankfully my bf liked the brown rice so I'll be making that from now on instead of white rice.


I am making a chicken recipe tonight that I will post if it is any good. I know Thalia is always looking for healthy food and I am sure we're not alone.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby katraya » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:27 am

On a less healthy note I have recently found a magic trick that makes mediocre steaks pretty damn fabulous.
http://steamykitchen.com/163-how-to-turn-cheap-choice-steaks-into-gucci-prime-steaks.html

I did this last weekend with a piece of London Broil. Usually, this isn't the most tender piece of steak but the one I made was amazing. I salted it for about half and hour like the instructions call for. When I rinsed it off you could really see how the meat had loosened up a bit if that makes sense. There was some separation of the meat fibers.

Once it was well rinsed and patted dry I rubbed it down with garlic, fresh tarragon and olive oil. Grilled it to medium rare, let it rest for 5 minutes and then sliced it against the grain. Way better than most of the restaurant steaks I have had and for $7 it fed two people for dinner and gave us both leftovers for lunch the next day!
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Thalia » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:13 pm

The most tender steaks Aergis ever made where due to us using a wooden plank to put them on in our grill. Never in my life have I had steaks so damn juice and tender.

We bought the Guy Fiorelli ones, was like 6 for 15 bucks. You can re-use them. The only thing is you have to soak them for a while in water before you put them on the grill. Great for any other meat too but we use them for steaks.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Andurin » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:29 am

I`ll be heating up my premade rice when I get home out of school around 10 tonight... And damn i`m hungry already... Maybe the burgers will not survive the evening aswell... *hungry mode*
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby katraya » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:36 am

This is the official recipe for what I made last night.

Spanish Spice-rubbed Chicken

Ingredients:
For the sauce:
1/2 cup white wine vinegar
3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 cup extra virgin olive oil
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/2 cup thinly sliced scallions
3 tablespoons finely chopped flat parsley

For the Spanish spice rub:
1 tablespoon cumin seeds
1 tablespoon mustard seeds
2 teaspoons fennel seeds
3 tablespoons Spanish or regular paprika
2 teaspoons kosher salt
2 teaspoons coarsely ground black pepper

For the chicken:
8 boneless chicken breasts with skin
Extra virgin olive oil
Salt
Chopped fresh parsley, for garnish.


Directions:
1. To make the sauce: In a large bowl, whisk together vinegar and mustard. Slowly whisk in 1 cup olive oil until well blended. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add scallions and chopped parsley. Mix well, and set aside.
2. To make the spice rub: Using a spice grinder or mortar and pestle, grind cumin seeds, mustard seeds and fennel seeds, and combine. Add paprika, salt and pepper, and stir until well blended. Set aside.
3. To make the chicken: Heat a grill to medium. Brush chicken breasts with olive oil, and season both sides with salt to taste. Rub skin side of each breast with spice rub, and place on grill rub-side down. Grill until slightly charred and a crust has formed, 5 to 6 minutes. Turn breasts over, cover grill, and continue cooking until just cooked through, 6 to 7 minutes.
4. To serve, spoon some sauce on a platter, and arrange chicken breasts on top. Garnish with chopped parsley, and serve remaining sauce on side.



I used boneless skinless breats and just pan seared and then baked them. The Chicken was good but nothign special. I think more of the rub and grilling them as suggested would have been better. I loved the mustard sauce though. Having the leftover sauce over rice tonight.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Andurin » Thu Sep 16, 2010 11:05 am

katraya wrote:Spanish Spice-rubbed Chicken


Oh my that sounds good :O gotta try that sometime ^^
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby mew » Sat Sep 18, 2010 11:54 pm

I just discovered some frozen chicken strips that taste like catfish. This is amazing!

I need to catch up on this thread at some point. You guys always post the most awesome stuff.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Fridmarr » Sun Sep 19, 2010 6:48 pm

mew wrote:I just discovered some frozen chicken strips that taste like catfish. This is amazing!

I need to catch up on this thread at some point. You guys always post the most awesome stuff.

Are they supposed to taste like catfish? I mean my initial response to that comment is...gross!
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby mew » Sun Sep 19, 2010 8:04 pm

Fridmarr wrote:
mew wrote:I just discovered some frozen chicken strips that taste like catfish. This is amazing!

I need to catch up on this thread at some point. You guys always post the most awesome stuff.

Are they supposed to taste like catfish? I mean my initial response to that comment is...gross!

They're not supposed to :( They're frozen (I don't know if they are precooked or raw) breaded chicken strips, and you just heat them in the oven. And they have the texture of catfish and their breading is reminiscent of catfish fry.
It's like you are getting both chicken and catfish at the same time! :D
I'm sure frozen, breaded, catfish sticks would taste a lot worse than this.
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Re: Cooking with Maintankadin

Postby Ruex » Mon Sep 20, 2010 3:03 am

Why did I read this thread when I was hungry? dumb dumb idea.
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