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How do you cook margarine with brown sugar without separating?
I have a recipe that calls for melting margarine, adding brown sugar, and boiling a few minutes before pouring it over matzah boards. The problem is that the margarine separates, and the brown sugar ...
Apr 10 '12 at 23:17
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