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How much acid to use for stabilizing meringue?
After reading up on the proper books, I started adding some acid when beating meringues. At home, I use cream of tartar, but when I am baking at somebody else's kitchen, I am lucky if they have at ...
Jul 15 '13 at 17:33
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