Asked in Cooking Equipment , DIY Projects
How do you use a sifter?
To use a sifter, put the item you are sifting into the canister. Turn the crank and the item will come out sifted. Some recipes call for sifting before measuring and some call for sifting after measuring. Follow the directions for your recipe. ...
Asked in Computer Security Law
Is sifting a a computer crime?
Assuming that by "sifting" you are referring to a technique for data mining - sifting per se is not a crime, but you have to have the data to sift in the first place. It is all to common to acquire the data illegally that is being sifted. When the data being sifted is information on people and their on-line activities for example, it is actually illegal in many jurisdictions to collect that data in the first place. This is especially...
Asked in Baking
Does sifting flour make the finished product denser?
Less dense. Sifting is usually done before measuring so there is less flour in the finished product. There are other factors that change the density of the product, but for the flour's part, sifting would make it less dense. ...
Asked in TV Shows and Series
What are the release dates for thirtysomething - 1987 Sifting the Ashes 4-13?
thirtysomething - 1987 Sifting the Ashes 4-13 was released on: USA: 5 February 1991 ...
Asked in Recipes
Should flour be sifted before using it in a recipe?
Sifting flour makes a finer texture. Most flour has been sifted during processing, but it's okay to sift if you'd like. It's also okay not to sift. Sifting does make your measurements more accurate. You can also use a whisk and whisk the flour really well and get much the same results as you would from sifting. ...