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comment Preventing white sugar from clumping in the canister
The instructions on that particular product also indicate it can be dried out. @Marti, Wouldn't a dried stone accomplish the task of keeping the sugar dry?
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answered Preventing white sugar from clumping in the canister
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accepted How do I hand-roll homemade pasta made with egg?
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comment How can you pipe hot melted candy into free-form shapes?
Understood, @Orbling. Insulated gloves might be the best option, then.
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comment How can you pipe hot melted candy into free-form shapes?
Thanks for the vids, @Orbling. These don't quite seem to be what I'm working with. The hard candy shown there is quite different from the soft, chocolate-consistency candy (can I call it candy?) that I've tried.
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asked How can you pipe hot melted candy into free-form shapes?
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answered Using carob as a substitute for cocoa
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comment How do I hand-roll homemade pasta made with egg?
Thanks for the suggestion, that's probably what made the later batches harder to roll - they were drier.
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comment How do I hand-roll homemade pasta made with egg?
No, I didn't cover it. That's a great point.
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comment What can I use to flavor savory chicken stuffing instead of onion?
Interesting suggestion, @Christopher. I'll have to see if I can find this and try it out.
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accepted What can I use to flavor savory chicken stuffing instead of onion?
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comment What can I use to flavor savory chicken stuffing instead of onion?
@Orbling, you're right about the region, I am in eastern Canada (Newfoundland, actually). Summer savory is much more common here than sage.