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Old 02-08-2017, 06:24 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Kayelle View Post
GG, just to expand a little about the science of baking, one must trust the recipe formula is accurate to have any hope of success. I'm amazed that blog link was created years ago and nobody has ever said anything about the recipe has no flour listed, and yet people raved about the recipe! It makes no sense to me.
Well, you did notice that a crucial ingredient was missing, so I imagine if you had wanted to make it, you would have stopped once you realized that.

Experienced bakers, like experienced cooks, learn to recognize problems with recipes. Of course, if people never bake or experiment with it, they won't learn those things.

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