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Old 08-28-2008, 07:29 PM   #21
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Well I'm Going to try - and My DH is just going to have to get over it!
Is Peter Pan aware of this decision? What will he say if Mommy's "recipe" (if you can count a box and canned frosting as a recipe) isn't followed?

MW ~ I don't understand the dairy issue. You say you eat it so what is wrong with a dairy bi-product that some don't consider dairy? Then again, I consider eggs in the dairy family because that's how the food pyramid when I was young described eggs.
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Old 08-28-2008, 07:51 PM   #22
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sigh..............here goes......

first of all, whey IS dairy.

Next - our oven is meat. no dairy goes in there at all. and most of us inthe family can't have a lot of dairy anyway...and we wait 6 hours from eating meat before eating dairy, so there's no dairy at all for holiday meals

last but not least, we don't use the kosher symbol on the package! we only use mainstream pareve - non dairy - prepared items.
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Old 08-28-2008, 07:56 PM   #23
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...so are the joys of a Kosher kitchen...

Why ask questions when you have a way to shoot down/make excuses for all the suggestions? And how are you planing on making cakes with an oven you CAN'T PUT DAIRY IN?
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Old 08-28-2008, 08:03 PM   #24
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...so are the joys of a Kosher kitchen...

Why ask questions when you have a way to shoot down/make excuses for all the suggestions? And how are you planing on making cakes with an oven you CAN'T PUT DAIRY IN?
Thank you. Just, thank you.
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Old 08-28-2008, 08:18 PM   #25
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we don't really use dairy......
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Sounds to me like you need to check out some recipes on a site that specializes in dairy free. I just Googled dairy free recipes and came up with 276,000 hits in 0.27 seconds.

When you have special needs - special regulations to follow - it might be nice to put all that out there in a post. I know you have mentioned it other places but not everyone reads every thread.

I also Googled dairy free cakes and came up with 461,000 in 0.18 seconds.
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Why a sad face? Seriously, why? I told you to check out the sites that specialize in the things you require. Very few people specialize in all your needs/requirements here. I don't mean that "mean" - I mean it as "help yourself". Be pro-active! You can't just sit there and expect everyone to do all the looking....and on top of that it ALWAYS be not what you want albeit a recipe or other things. YOU look - it won't take near as long because you know what YOU are looking for. Then, if you find something you have questions about provide links and get help.
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i didn't ask for a recipe. i asked for "tricks". and i got one good one - chill the beaters. that's all i asked. i'm used to my requirement. I'm keeping kosher all my life !
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In that case...my trick is to have an empty wine bottle handy and set your angel food cake pan on it to cool. Let it "hang out" for however long they say before you remove it. That may be a common "trick", I don't know.
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