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Old 07-26-2011, 11:21 AM   #11
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as most have said; you propably wont be able to make it not crack, but you could scratch the surface with a knife before baking (as bakers do with bread and stuff) to make it look more proffesional : )

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If it's a cake it shouldn't split. If it's a quick bread it usually does.
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yep, that's the best and tastiest part of the banana bread, that crusty crack and the bread surrounding it, imo. :)
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