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BridgetteIMcleod

Member Since 31 Aug 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 25 2015 09:26 PM
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In Topic: What Cooking Items To Replace?

25 July 2015 - 09:26 PM

For your food processor just replace the plastic container, and blades. Especially if your motor is still good. You can get replacement parts on Amazon. Your cookie sheets cover with foil and use parchment paper. I use parchment paper on all my cake pans. Depending on your stand mixer you can replace the bowl, but may not need to, just put it though a sanitizing cycle in your dishwasher.


In Topic: Wedding Cake Please Help

04 June 2015 - 08:04 AM

America's Test Kitchen. How it can be Gluten Free. The yellow cake is awesome, and the chocolate is heavenly. I have made both several times. The people in my house that are not gluten-free love it. The whole book is great. It explains how and why the recipes work. Best investment I have made for gluten-free.recipes


In Topic: Do You Make Homemade Waffles?

09 March 2015 - 04:19 PM

My go to recipe for waffles is the King Arthur Waffle recipe. Found here:

http://www.kingarthu...-waffles-recipe


In Topic: Active Dry Yeast Vs Instant Rapid Rise Yeast?

08 February 2015 - 12:38 PM

Yes you can use either. Dry active yeast is a larger granular  and needs to be activated in water(110 degrees). Instant is a smaller granular and can be added into dry ingredients. Instant is also ideal for bread machines. Rapid is an even smaller granular and has added enzymes and other addition to make it rise fast.

The America's test kitchen recipe for bread is very good.


In Topic: Another Cookie Baking Question-Cookie Are Dry?

14 December 2014 - 12:17 PM

Try almond flour or cream cheese. These will give the cookie moisture they need to not be dry/crumbly. Post the recipe and I will look to see where you can substitute one or both into the recipe.


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