Talk:Steaming

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The latest addition[edit]

Steaming out door can be done with some banana leaves wrap up meat, poultry and fish and bury under the sand or ash. Also, some place they cover meat(fish) with crey then burn into the fire.

does not sound like cooking by steam at all. I don't understand why it was added here. Kowloonese 09:05, 6 Aug 2003 (UTC)

Appropriateness of Steamed egg and Reheating examples (photos)[edit]

I think the examples of "Chinese steamed eggs" and "Reheating a commercially sold frozen meal by steaming in a wok" are not really a steaming -- according to the explanation in the Method section "The food is kept separate from the boiling water but has direct contact with the steam, resulting in a moist texture to the food. This differs from double boiling, in which contact with steam is undesired." -- 180.183.131.188 (talk) 16:52, 6 December 2012 (UTC)


What is this[edit]

Oh gosh this is the worst article i've ever read here. someone please wipe it and rewrite from scratch — Preceding unsigned comment added by 79.78.90.194 (talk) 02:00, 6 December 2013 (UTC)