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Old 09-07-2013, 04:23 AM   #16
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I can't wait to try that. Did you mean to add 36 ounces of water and 2 more cups?
Yes, since I was cooking everything in the same pot. The extra water cooks and is absorbed by the dry noodles. If you're going to add already cooked spaghetti noodles, then omit the last two cups of water! Great question! Thanks.
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A big WELCOME to this awesome site!!! .........and the video is pretty good too!!!
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Looks good. I like the idea of cooking everything together.
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Looks good. I like the idea of cooking everything together.

Thanks Garrett! I'm the King of laziness and if I can eliminate a dish that needs to be washed I do!!!
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Yes, since I was cooking everything in the same pot. The extra water cooks and is absorbed by the dry noodles. If you're going to add already cooked spaghetti noodles, then omit the last two cups of water! Great question! Thanks.
Cool the water you added the second time in the video was dark so I thought you may have still been using the washed out bbq sauce bottle
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Cool the water you added the second time in the video was dark so I thought you may have still been using the washed out bbq sauce bottle
Ahh good catch! I used one unopened bottle of sauce and used that the first time when I added water. Then I had another opened bottle with about 1 TBS in the bottom, so I added the water to it and rinsed it out! So it wasn't muddy water!! lol
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