Help me please...
Bob McGwier (n4hy@CCR-P.IDA.ORG)
Fri, 14 Apr 1995 11:16:12 -0400
>the food. The siny side reflects the heat. Of course this does not
>really matter with foil dinners, since they are right on the coals. In
>other instances using the shiny side of the foil is appropriate, such as
None of this makes the slightest difference. Foil cooking is about sealing
in THE STEAM. This is the reason foil does not work well when re-used for foil
cooking, is the micropunctures do not allow a complete seal. Make sure you
foil pounch is well sealed and it will cook even potatoes and carrots in
a few minutes. If you do not have a good seal, the vegetables won't cook
and those near the hot coals will scorch.
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