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Old 04-25-2007, 10:44 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Puppyboy View Post
In judge class they discussed this exact thing. They are saying a thinner slice could be an attempt to hide it being under cooked and the thicker slice could be an attempt to hide it being over cooked.
It surely would be an attempt to compensate, but I figured it'd still be better to give them the right feel and have some doubt as opposed to slicing it in a way that accentuates the fact that your stuff ain't quite right.

Originally Posted by ique View Post
I think thats legal
I assume it would be unless you run afoul of the time guidelines set for reheating.
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