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  • Title: Daily Bread Consumption May Protect From Cardiovascular Disease | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Daily Bread Consumption May Protect From Cardiovascular Disease.. Author:.. University of Barcelona.. 12/06/2012.. Consuming bread on a regular basis may do more than provide you with fiber and other essential nutrients—it may also help prevent cardiovascular disease.. A study led by University of Barcelona’s Professor Rafael Llorach Ramon Cajal linked daily bread consumption to a healthier lipid profile, resulting in better cardiovascular health.. A group of tests often ordered together to determine the risk of coronary heart disease, lipid profile tests help indicate whether  ...   of bad cholesterol and increased levels of good cholesterol.. In this particular study, researchers analyzed the effects of daily bread consumption (both white and wheat) across a sample of 275 elderly volunteers identified as being at risk of developing cardiovascular disease.. They discovered that those who consumed bread on a daily basis had both healthier lipid profiles and lower insulin levels—and, as such, were at a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease--than those who consumed bread on a less frequent basis.. Read more.. ShareThis..

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  • Title: “Dressed” for the Holidays | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: “Dressed” for the Holidays.. Jula Kinnaird.. 11/20/2012.. Holiday meal preparations tend to focus on the main dish and desserts, but side dishes play an important supporting role.. To make sure your holiday meal boasts an all-star cast, try your hand at some homemade dressing this year.. It’s easy and will give your main dish some real pizzazz – whether you’re serving poultry, beef, pork or even vegetarian.. Little is known about the origin of “stuffings” – the practice of filling the cavity of meats or vegetables with mixtures of herbs, grain, spices and even fruits.. The Roman cookbook, Apicius’ “De Re Coquinaria,” is believed to contain the earliest recorded evidence, containing recipes for stuffed chicken, hare, pig and dormouse.. In the 1400s, dressing was known as “farce” from the Latin.. farcire.. which means “to stuff.. ” By the 1600s, it was more commonly referred to as “forcemeat.. ” In the late 1800s, the Victorian English decided to give it a less “earthy” name – thus introducing the term “dressing.. ”.. Whatever you call it in your family – dressing, stuffing or filling – it has become a holiday tradition.. Try these new twists on a centuries old favorite and remember, dressing is great as a leftover – be sure to add some to your next turkey sandwich!.. Dressing Cups.. Ingredients:.. 1 cup margarine light.. 1/4 cup dried celery flakes (1/2 cup fresh celery, chopped fine).. 1/4 cup dried onion flakes (1/2 cup fresh onion, chopped fine).. 1 tablespoon dried parsley flakes (2 tablespoons fresh, chopped).. 1/2 cup chopped red sweet pepper.. 8 cups dried bread cubes, ½-inch cubes.. 2 - 10.. 25 ounce cans of French onion soup.. 1 large egg, beaten slightly.. 1/2 teaspoon pepper.. 1 1/2 teaspoons poultry seasoning.. Directions: Pre-heat oven to 350°F.. Melt margarine in a medium saucepan over medium heat.. Sauté celery, onion, parsley and red pepper until onion is clear.. Pour into large mixing bowl.. Add bread cubes, soup, egg and seasonings.. Stir thoroughly.. Measure dressing into greased muffin tins, using a ¼ cup  ...   until golden, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes.. Transfer to large mixing bowl.. Turn oven down to 350°F.. Melt butter in large heavy skillet.. Add onions and cook until clear, stirring occasionally (about 10 minutes).. Add red peppers, mushrooms and celery; cook until tender – about 5 to 7 minutes.. Combine with bread in mixing bowl; add nuts, seasonings, broth and beaten eggs.. Stir well and pour into an 8” X 8” greased baking pan or one of similar size.. (Can be prepared a day ahead and refrigerated).. Cover and bake for about 1 hour.. Servings: 8.. Calories/Serving: 312.. Nutrition: Each serving provides approximately: 312 calories; 10 g protein; 31 g carbohydrates; 3 g dietary fiber; 18 g fat (4 g saturated); 53 mg cholesterol; 69 mcg folate; 3 mg iron; 391 mg sodium.. Whole Wheat Pecan Stuffing.. 4 cups whole wheat bread, cut into ½-inch cubes.. 3/4 cup giblets (optional)*.. 2 tablespoons butter or margarine.. 1/2 cup chopped onion.. 3/4 cup chopped celery.. 1/2 cup chopped green pepper.. 3/4 cup sliced mushrooms.. 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme.. 1/2 teaspoon Spanish paprika.. 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg.. 1/2 cup golden seedless raisins.. 1/2 cup pecans, chopped.. 1 cup chicken broth.. 1 large lightly beaten egg.. Bake bread cubes on a jelly-roll pan until golden, stirring occasionally, about 20 minutes.. Reduce oven temperature to 350°F.. Melt butter in large skillet.. Add onion, celery and green pepper and cook until tender, about 15 minutes, adding mushrooms for the last few minutes.. Combine with bread in mixing bowl; add seasonings, giblets, raisins, pecans, broth and egg.. Stir well and pour in casserole dish sprayed with cooking spray.. Bake covered for about 1 hour.. *If using giblets, cover with water and bring to a boil.. Boil gently about 20 minutes until done.. Drain and chop.. Servings: 8 (1/2 cup servings).. Calories/Serving: 419.. Nutrition: (includes giblets) One serving provides approximately: 419 calories, 18 g protein, 60 g carbohydrates, 9 g fiber, 14 g fat (3 g saturated), 86 mg cholesterol, 121 mcg folate, 5 mg iron, 784 mg sodium..

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  • Title: No-knead, low-effort dinner rolls | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: No-knead, low-effort dinner rolls.. Alison Ladman, The Associated Press.. Looking for an easy, low-maintenance recipe to help dress up dinner? Look no further! These low-effort dinner rolls perfectly complement Thanksgiving dinner or any special holiday meal.. The dough does not require kneading, so even novice bakers should have no trouble making these tender, delicious rolls.. Simply toss the ingredients into a bowl, mix, set aside, shape, bake and.. viola!.. —fluffy homemade bread with minimal effort.. Pressed for time? The dough can be prepared, placed in the pan, and refrigerated up to a day ahead..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Baking smell can make you more kind, study says.. Press Trust of India.. 11/08/2012.. If the hustle and bustle of the upcoming holiday season has you feeling like a Scrooge, consider whipping up some homemade bread, Christmas cookies, or a cake.. The sweet smell of freshly baked goods does more than satisfy a sweet tooth—it can also put you in a better mood.. According to a study published by researchers at the University of Southern Brittany in France, shoppers standing in front of a bakery were more likely to help a stranger retrieve a dropped item than those shoppers who were standing in front of a clothing store.. What s in a name: Definitions.. whats-name-definitions.. pdf.. 6 Classes of Wheat.. 6-classes-wheat.. Getting more grains in your diet.. Fact Sheets.. getting-more-grains-your-diet..  ...   Kansas Wheat Commission, celebrates the relationship between farmer and consumer and highlights the art of baking bread at home.. White Bread is Not the Enemy.. Elena Ferretti, Fox News.. 10/02/2012.. There’s nothing wrong with eating white bread, says bread-baking guru Ken Forkish author of the new book, “Flour Water Salt Yeast: The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza.. ” Forkish, a white bread fan, is out to set the record straight.. Whole Grains For Breakfast.. Registered dietitian Liz Weiss provides tips and tricks on how to eat better for weight loss and incorporate grains into your diet.. Whole Grains At School.. Whole Grains For Healthy Family Meals.. The Benefits Of Whole Grains.. « first.. ‹ previous.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. ….. next ›.. last »..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: How To Cook With Budget Friendly Whole Grains.. Registered dietitian Liz Weiss discusses tips for adding budget-friendly whole grains to meals.. The September issue of Kernels is here.. 09/10/2012.. We are pleased to present the latest issue of.. Kernels, our e-magazine.. In this issue we focus on the health benefits of grains and we tackle the current myths and misinformation about wheat and carbohydrates.. Also, we’ll tempt your taste buds with two delicious, hearty soups.. Finally, Wheat Growers Corner adds to your baking expertise with our primer on the different kinds of flour and their uses.. Bread Gets a Nutritious Boost: FDA Approves Petition to Raise Vitamin D in Baked Foods.. 09/05/2012.. Baked foods can soon begin packing a more powerful punch, thanks to a Food and Drug Administration-approved petition allowing the use of vitamin D2 yeast at higher levels.. The new rule permits bakers to use yeast at levels not to exceed 400 international units (I.. U.. ) of vitamin D per 100 grams in the finished food.. A fat-soluble vitamin that is found naturally in very few foods, vitamin D is essential to bone health and wellness.. Home Baking Association Annual Meeting: Baking is NOT a Spectator Sport.. 08/28/2012.. Calling all home baking educators – you won’t want to miss the Home Baking Association (HBA) Annual Meeting October 14-16 in La Jolla, CA.. “Baking is NOT a Spectator Sport” is the theme for this year’s meeting featuring two hands-on workshops and 14 speakers giving updates and information for extending the home baking message using new technology and resources.. Presentation topics include “The World of Spices: Where Flavor Nutrition Unite,” “Why Bake? Research That Advocates Home Baking,” and “Lifting, Rising, and Heating UP Your Online  ...   at Urban Wheat Field.. Mary Ellen Wagner from the South Dakota Wheat Commission shows us a hand mill and how it creates flour from wheat.. Introducing our “Back to Breakfast” Toolkit.. Did you know that 93 percent of Americans know they should be eating breakfast, but only 44 percent make the time to do so?.. The Wheat Foods Council wants to help improve that number so we’re launching our.. “Back to Breakfast” Campaign.. just in time for National Breakfast Month in September.. Consumers say that the biggest barrier to eating breakfast is lack of time so we’re providing materials to help you help them recognize that a nutritious breakfast doesn’t have to be time-consuming.. Despite Drought, Farmers Produce More Wheat.. Kansas Wheat Commission.. 07/26/2012.. Despite the worst drought since 1956, the U.. Department of Agriculture (USDA) predicts that U.. wheat farmers will produce a larger crop than last year and will stand ready once again to supply high quality wheat to the world.. In its monthly World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) released July 11, USDA lowered its 2012/2013 U.. wheat production estimate for the second straight month to 60.. 5 million metric tons (MMT).. However, that is still 12 percent greater than last year’s production and 2 percent above the five-year average.. Flour Power: Learn about different kinds of flours.. Roberta Larson Duyff, MS, RD, FADA, CFCS, Food Nutrition Magazine.. 08/01/2012.. Once upon a time, the typical American pantry included a single canister of flour.. Today, supermarkets stock myriad milled options—reflecting increased consumer demand for diversity in the baking aisle.. Whether exploring health trends, culinary interests or ethnic cuisines, here is some information your clients can use as they foray into the world of flours..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Record Flour Usage January - June 2012.. Neil Sosland, FoodBusinessNews.. net.. 07/30/2012.. Flour output by U.. mills in January-June increased 2.. 5% to a record 205,398,000 cwts, compared with 200,337,000 cwts in the first half of 2011, according to data interpolated by.. Milling Baking News.. from statistics released by the North American Millers’ Association (NAMA).. Based on interpolated NAMA data, flour production in the second quarter aggregated 101,936,000 cwts, up 1.. 6% from 100,313,000 cwts in April-June 2011.. To link to FoodBusinessNews.. net, click.. here.. Wheat Safari clips.. Investigate carefully before going gluten free.. Judi Adams.. 06/14/2012.. Wheat has long been a major contributor of nutrients to the American diet through consumption of bread, rolls, cereal and pasta.. Grains contribute more than 70 percent of the folic acid/folate; 50 percent of the iron and 39 to 60 percent of the three major B vitamins, and many other nutrients.. Enjoy Summer s Bounty with Grilled Pizza.. 06/04/2012.. Here’s a new baking trick to try now that summer is here — grilled pizza! You can use the same pizza dough you already use (frozen, pre-made or make your own using all-purpose or bread flour) but since grilling pizza uses direct heat, go lighter with the toppings.. Try  ...   Chicken Breasts with Mushroom and Bacon Dressing.. California Raisin Marketing Board Calls for Entries in the Fifth Annual America s Best Raisin Bread Contest.. California Raisin Marketing Board.. 04/04/2012.. Fresh from the oven is the ultimate.. California.. raisin bread competition, honoring professional and up-and-coming bakers across the country.. The California Raisin Marketing Board's (CRMB) fifth annual America's Best Raisin Bread Contest is now open and all industry professionals and student bakers are encouraged to enter their most mouth-watering masterpieces in one or all of the three categories of this competition: Artisan, Commercial and Breakfa.. All eligible contestants are:.. Healthy and Wholesome 100% Whole Wheat Bread.. It s Easy!.. Baking bread is not just easy.. it saves money, tastes good and will be a hit with your entire family.. This versatile and simple recipe from the Kansas Wheat Commission is your ticket to healthy and wholesome sandwiches, bread bowls, hamburger buns and more.. This video, courtesy of the KWC, Home Baking Assn.. and Wheat Foods Council, gives step-by-step instructions for perfect bread, every time!.. Coupe du Monde Awards Presentation.. USA takes second place at 2012 Coupe du Monde de la Boulangerie.. Winners ceremony in Paris for World Cup of Baking.. 1st Place Japan.. Coupe du Monde..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Team USA competes at the Coupe du Monde in Paris.. Janice Cooper at Coupe du Monde de la Boulangerie.. First day of world baking competition.. Four teams competing: Taiwan, Peru, Italy and France.. Team USA's turn on Tuesday.. The.. Coupe du Monde de la Boulangerie.. is an international, invitational artisan baking competition held in Paris, France, every three to four years.. USDA Partner Wheat Foods Council Announces What s On MyPlate Day.. 03/01/2012.. The Wheat Foods Council (WFC) is teaming up with the nearly 6,000 USDA partners to make March 8, 2012 “What’s on MyPlate?” Day, to heighten public awareness of the importance of choosing foods for a healthy meal.. The WFC is committed to promoting a diet that reflects the latest recommendations in the 2010.. Dietary Guidelines for Americans.. and highlights the message behind the new MyPlate food icon.. Ten Flavor Upgrades:Bread.. Flavor The Menu (Vol 12, Issue 5).. 02/29/2012.. Bread specialties have moved out of the basket and onto the plate.. Small wonder: They’re versatile, popular and economical and offer utilization opportunities across the menu.. To view article, click.. Ten Flavor Upgrades: Bread.. Introducing Kernels, our new quarterly e-magazine.. Judi Adams, MS RD, President, Wheat Foods Council.. 02/28/2012.. Our first issue of our new.. e-magazine, Kernels.. brings you  ...   Get ready to fix your sweetheart a wonderfully easy and delicious dessert for Valentine’s Day.. Even if you don’t have the time or energy to prepare an entire meal, he or she will be impressed with this dessert.. Raspberry Lovers’ Pudding takes only 15 minutes to make in advance and then chill overnight or 24 hours until the perfect time for serving.. This is also a great dessert for a Valentine’s Day dinner party.. Ingredients.. 2 12-ounce bags frozen, unsweetened raspberries, thawed.. Bread Redux: Don t Throw Out Those Stale Loaves.. Lynda Balslev, NPR.. 01/18/2012.. In our home, the start of the New Year represents a fair amount of house cleaning.. It's an opportunity to pare down and give away unused or outgrown clothing, toys and objects.. In the kitchen it means cleaning the refrigerator and cupboards, discarding items with passed use-by dates and refreshing the spice cabinet.. It's a cathartic ritual our family knows well and in which everyone participates.. They also know that when they are tossing out old food, under no circumstances are they allowed to throw out the stale bread.. Neither should you.. Portion Your Snacks.. Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator shows you how to enjoy whole wheat crackers and other snacks is the perfect portion..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Flour Power.. Registered Dietitian Jill Weisenberger shows you which flour to use for baking and good nutrition.. Whole Wheat Cinnamon French Toast Pancakes.. Consumers Go With The Grain.. A.. Elizabeth Sloan, Food Technology, December 2011.. 12/28/2011.. Claims relating to the benefits of whole grains are now the most sought after health claims on food packages, followed by claims about dietary fiber, according to the Food Marketing Institute’s (FMI) 2011.. U.. Grocery Shopper Trends.. report.. Restaurants feature exotic rice, spelt, faro, amaranth, and other lesser known grains in everything from salads and pancakes to pizza crusts, soups, cocktails, and desserts.. Are Cookbooks Obsolete?.. 11/08/2011.. The New York Times.. With the boom in tablet technology, recipes have begun to travel from home to the office to the market and into the kitchen.. With features like embedded links, built-in timers, infographics and voice prompts, the richness of some new  ...   Home baking businesses are on the rise in Raleigh, NC, as the slow economic recovery continues.. And the pastry of choice these days appears to be cupcakes.. Cookies Most Popular Baked At-Home Treat.. 03/15/2011.. Cookies are the most popular item for home bakers, according to a 2011 online survey by cake decorating, bakeware and food crafting company Wilton Enterprises, Woodridge, IL.. While cookies are the most popular baked at-home treat (82% of respondents), items that have significantly grown in popularity since 2008 are: cakes (up 17%), brownies (up 18%) and cupcakes (up 15%).. The survey also notes that “for holidays” is THE most popular reason for baking (78%).. Other key findings:.. Cooking? There s an App for That.. 11/02/2011.. Kojo Nnambi Show.. Grains of Truth - Wheat flour.. grains-truth-wheat-flour.. Education Resource Category:.. General.. Grains of Truth - Bulgur.. grains-truth-bulgur.. Grains of Truth - White wheat.. grains-truth-white-wheat.. 10..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: How to: Mom s Homemade Whole Grain Bread.. How to make whole grain bread from freshly milled flour.. For this recipe, you will need.. 4 cups of freshly milled flour.. 1 ½ cups of milk.. ¼ of oil (I like grapeseed oil).. 1 Tablespoon of honey.. 2 teaspoons of salt.. 2 tablespoons of soy lecithin powder.. And 1 tablespoon of yeast.. Warm the milk to 105 to 110 degrees.. Then add the honey.. Pour into a heat safe container, add yeast and let sit 10-20 minutes until the yeast bubbles up about an inch.. Pour this mixture into your mixer.. Grains of Truth - Baking Ingredients.. grainsoftruthbakingingredients.. Grains of Truth - Baking Terms.. grainsoftruthbakingterms.. Fudge Brownies from the children s cookbook, Baking with Friends.. Baking is a wonderful opportunity for children to learn about valuable life lessons such as following instruction, caring for oneself, and math skills.. Goops Children's Books is now pleased to present the children's cookbook Baking with Friends for parents, educators and mentors looking to make an impact  ...   cookie dough - To get cookie dough to drop without sticking, dip the spoon in milk first.. Baking with Friends.. Sharon Davis and Charlene Patton.. Publisher:.. Goops Unlimited, 2010.. Looking for a fun activity to do with friends – either kids or adults – on a weekend afternoon? Look no farther than the aptly titled, “Baking with Friends,” by Sharon Davis and Charlene Patton.. Davis, a licensed trained home economist and family and consumer sciences teacher, and Patton, executive director of the Home Baking Association, teamed up to produce this charming baking/learning/fun book.. Gale Collier.. Redmond, OR.. When Gale Collier was 12, she decided to treat her parents to breakfast in bed.. She woke up early on a Saturday morning, opened the cookbook, and chose biscuits with gravy, bacon, and eggs.. “I wanted everything to be perfect,” she recalls with a smile, “but everything went wrong.. ” While her parents waited patiently in bed, Gale’s youthful enthusiasm resulted in burned bacon and biscuits which she ruefully describes as “hockey pucks.. 11..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Heavy-duty stockpot with inserts.. Safety first, yes? Carrying a fully loaded pasta pot to the colander in the sink is: a) potentially dangerous, b) hard on your back, and c) a pain.. When you cook pasta with an insert all you need lift and carry is the pasta-filled insert.. Easy peasy.. Not to mention that the water can be used again for another batch or an additional ingredient.. That’s what you call green cooking.. Blind baking weights.. Yes, beans or rice will do the trick when you are lining pie and tart doughs for prebaking.. But I vote for official baking weights, either ceramic, or in a handy chain of metal beads.. Super heavy, they will hold the dough in place and prevent shrinking.. Silicone spatulas.. The proof was clear the first time you used a rubber spatula, possibly as long ago as your first batch of brownies, baked in your mother’s kitchen – rubber spatulas rule! Or they did, until silicone came along and dominated.. No more melting.. No more bits breaking off into the pudding.. All shapes and sizes.. Pretty colors optional, but irresistible.. Digital timer.. For years and years I refused to use a timer, thinking timers were for wimps.. What was I thinking? Now I let my reliable digital timer do the thinking while I do the cooking.. A double timer is twice as nice.. What more can I say?.. Proofing baskets (bannetons).. While proofing baskets are not essential, they are certainly a lovely addition to any serious bread baker’s supply stash.. Up your baking ante by proofing your loaves in a linen-lined basket.. The linen liner holds a coating of flour nicely, and the dough will  ...   be lined with plastic for molding cold dishes, lined with foil for baking in a water bath, or sprayed with baking spray for even easier removal.. Springforms can be tricky to store, but the rings can be managed by hanging them on scarf rings or a long loop of stiff wire, with the bottoms stacked somewhere in close proximity.. Boar bristle pastry brushes.. Boar bristle brushes are particularly nice because they carry plenty of liquid – eggwash, milk, water, glaze, whatever, and they are soft enough to not disturb the surface you are brushing.. Boar bristles are flexible, and they will bend easily along the contours of fresh fruit or the crimped edges of a pie crust.. Very nice to have in a variety of sizes and shapes – both round and flat.. 10-inch off-set spatula.. Ten inches is a good starting place for off-set spatulas, although it is good to own some that are also longer and some that are smaller, all the way down to four inches or so.. Use the long spatulas to create large swaths of smooth icing and to spread batters in large baking pans.. Shorter spatulas are infinitely useful for a variety of odd jobs, including working on medium-sized cakes and tarts.. Use small spatulas for fine-tuning and detail work.. Silicone baking liners.. Silicone baking liners may not be as convenient as parchment paper, but they do not fill up your trash bin, or ever need to be replaced.. Virtually nothing will stick to the liner, which seems miraculous to me.. They are pricy, or so it seems when you are buying them.. However, after the first use, the cost seems minimal.. An amazing, semi-recent innovation..

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  • Title: Home Baking | Wheat Foods Network
    Descriptive info: Rolling stick.. Rolling sticks come in all sort of sizes and weights.. I own a number of them and favor various models for certain jobs.. Large and heavy for yeasted doughs, lighter and more nimble for delicate doughs, and everything in between.. The simple design of a rolling stick means they have no parts that may break, and they are easy to wipe clean.. Aging only makes them more pleasant to hold and use.. Heavy-duty standing mixer.. A standing mixer is a once-in-a-lifetime investment.. Do not scrimp on the cost and you will be well-served.. In fact, a well-built mixer is something to pass along to your ancestors (along with the gigantic roll of plastic wrap that will outlive you).. Pizza peel.. When was the last time you tried to remove a blazing hot pizza or flatbread from the oven without a peel? Never again, right? Nuff said.. Baking stone.. Set your pizza, bread or flatbread dough onto a preheated baking stone and you  ...   bake without this?” Use the cutter to divide blocks of dough into chunks, to cut a hunk off a pound of butter, for scooping up stray flour off the table, and, most importantly, for scraping your work surface clean.. You will never have to scrub flour “glue” off a counter with a wet rag again.. Place an open box of hardened brown sugar in the microwave oven with 1 cup hot water.. Microwave at high for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes for 1/2 pound of sugar or 2 to 3 minutes for 1 pound of sugar.. Need a substitute for a large egg? Try two tablespoons of mayonnaise.. Vanilla.. Make your own vanilla concentrate by placing two split and chopped vanilla pods in a liter of vodka or bourbon.. Use spices in baked goods.. For example, reduce sugar and add cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg or vanilla to your recipes.. Chocolate cake.. Add a teaspoon of vinegar to your cake mix for a more delicious chocolate cake..

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