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    revised How to prevent brillant pink raw bread dough from cooking up to yellow?
    Typo
    Mar
    2
    revised How to prevent brillant pink raw bread dough from cooking up to yellow?
    Corrected image links
    Mar
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    asked How to prevent brillant pink raw bread dough from cooking up to yellow?
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    awarded  Popular Question
    Jan
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    awarded  Notable Question
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    Dec
    17
    revised What is the history of the standard sheet (bun) pan?
    corrected size
    Dec
    17
    revised What is the history of the standard sheet (bun) pan?
    Added 1/2 & 1/4 note.
    Dec
    17
    asked What is the history of the standard sheet (bun) pan?
    Nov
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    accepted Half and half bread, too salty and no salt?
    Nov
    9
    comment Half and half bread, too salty and no salt?
    Split both in half and tried both. Completely mixed was the best result.
    Nov
    9
    comment Half and half bread, too salty and no salt?
    @Jolenealaska and that was after I read it for typos!
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    8
    asked Half and half bread, too salty and no salt?
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    awarded  Curious
    Sep
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    revised Is there a term for the differentiating effects on loaves of bread?
    Expanded from just sprinkles to be "effects".
    Aug
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    asked Is there a term for the differentiating effects on loaves of bread?
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    awarded  Popular Question
    Jul
    27
    comment I have a jar of Hannah's Pickled Sausages. What now?
    @rumtscho pickled and un-pickled cucumbers are in general treated differently. If in fact is "is used just like any other sausage" that would be a reasonable answer that could compete for up votes and the check mark. Are there any guidelines for "not unusual in many cultures"? I did not just head to this stackexchange before using google. If there were easily accessible then typically someone would have jumped on it and posted answers.
    Jul
    26
    comment I have a jar of Hannah's Pickled Sausages. What now?
    @Aaronut from culinary uses guidelines: "When the ingredient in question is rare or unusual ... will probably be more informative to people"
    Jul
    26
    comment I have a jar of Hannah's Pickled Sausages. What now?
    @Aaronut, the reference to recipes was just an example of what might be useful. "they are just like any other sausage" could be the answer. Pickled and not pickled cucumbers have different uses.