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Old 08-06-2015, 09:07 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Zhizara View Post
I wouldn't try to flip them, Addie Using a little skillet, they are very thin and cover the bottom of the pan and up the sides.

They are so easy to turn over. You can pick up an edge and turn them over with your hand.

The picture I had when I read your post of the crepe folding up like a fan and ending up on the burner gave me a laugh. Then I got worried.

Please don't. I'd hate to see you burn your hand trying to get it off the burner.

If you've really got an urge to do some pan flipping, try this; butter a piece of bread and toast it in the little skillet.

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Thanks for the concern Z. My first husband taught me how to flip more than 45 years ago. Once you get used to doing it, it becomes easy. When I was first trying to learn, he got frustrated with me and told me he was going to make me practice like he learned. With frozen peas in a very shallow small pan. Gee, it is amazing how quickly you can learn something if you really want to.
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