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White Whole Wheat Flour
Bakers will find a new contender in the supermarket baking aisle: white whole-wheat flour. Milled from a hard white...
Coconut chips
Coconut chips: Large thin flakes of dried coconut called coconut chips make attractive garnishes. Find them in the...
Baking raisins
Baking raisins: Baking raisins, moister than regular ones, ensure a better texture in baked goods. To substitute...
How to Make Natural Food Dyes and Where to Buy Natural Food Dyes
Natural dyes: If you’re concerned about synthetic food dyes, natural colorants can deliver an attractive look using...
Bread-machine yeast
Bread-machine yeast: Bread-machine yeast is finely granulated yeast specially formulated for use in bread machines....
Candied violets
Candied violets: Sugar-coated, edible candied violets are beautiful decorations for cakes and cupcakes. Find them at...
Dutch-process cocoa
Dutch-process cocoa: Dutch-process cocoa is treated with alkali to neutralize its natural acidity. This process...
Lighter Bake
Lighter Bake: A blend of apples and prunes, Lighter Bake can be used as a substitute for fat in baked goods. Canned...
Mexican chocolate
Mexican chocolate: Mexican chocolate is a distinctive mixture of dried toasted cacao, sugar and Mexican cinnamon. It is...
Prune pie filling
Prune pie filling: Prune pie filling (lekvar) is a convenient replacement for much of the fat in baked goods. It can be...
Cocoa nibs
Cocoa nibs: Cocoa nibs, which are bits of roasted and hulled cocoa beans, are crunchy and have a pure (unsweetened)...
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