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If you really want to color oil, then oil-based food coloring would probably be the most straightforward thing. You should be able to get enough colors to mix to get the brown you want. That said, I'm not sure how oil is ever going to be a chocolate look-alike. It might be the same color, but even melted chocolate is way thicker than oil; they aren't really ...


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Adding butter to milk does not make it creamy. Your ice cream probably got a good enough consistency from the milk alone. That's not unusual, most commercial ice cream producers don't use cream either. If you are asking what to do for the next batch: don't mix butter and milk, this is not just pointless, it leads to the fat globules you noticed. You can ...


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I have tried almost every method but here's one that works best for me using margarine: Use just a little butter to oil the slightly heated pan and make sure to spread it evenly using a spoon. You then pour the desired amount of pancake mix into the pan, wait for bubbles to form and pop before you flip it (use your spatula to make sure its as golden brown ...


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(this is more a comment, as I haven't actually done what you're asking, but based on what I know ...) I've used two types -- there are ones that you pressurize and then it works like an aerosol, and there are ones that are just your standard pump sprayers like you'd have on bottles of cleaning solutions where each trigger pull pumps a bit of liquid.. I ...



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