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Is it true that natural peanut butter splits in cookies?
I was watching a video recipe about peanut butter cookies. The maker mentioned that you shouldn't use all natural peanut butter for making those cookies, because the oils would make your dough split. ...
Apr 6 '12 at 11:04
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