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How much thermostat "range" in oven temperature is too much?

My GE Monogram electric also has wild swings. I'm not sure 60 degree variance should be so normal. Thermostats are much more sensitive than that. I can't see why a heating element can't be set to ...
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Unconventional flatbread recipe/process, concern about food safety RESULTED IN: Speedy's Flatbread recipe (see answer: Adjusted Recipe)

[Adjusted recipe, based on comments] Speedy's Flatbread A tasty, expedient, versatile, nutritious pastry that can be torn & dipped, topped, used as pizza crust(from skillet, sauce and top) or as a ...
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What is the difference between crème anglaise and crème pâtissière?

With the addition of flour (or cornstarch) you need to then boil the sauce to thicken it and to cook the thickener so it tastes good. (You do NOT want to eat raw flour!!! Ick!!!) So the differences ...
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Unconventional flatbread recipe/process, concern about food safety RESULTED IN: Speedy's Flatbread recipe (see answer: Adjusted Recipe)

Raw flour does not need to be cooked to a very high temperature to be made safe. If it had not reached that temperature, you would not be describing it as “sticky” but as “raw dough”. As it is, it is ...
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Can I bake cookies without baking paper?

Yes, you can bake cookies without baking paper. I've been in the same situation before. Instead of baking paper, you can use greased aluminum foil or simply grease the baking tray directly. Just ...
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Energy Balls Too Dry

Alternatively, you could try not cooking them! You actually don't have to cook coconut flour (or almond flour). Perhaps adding a little more honey or water to make sure they stick, roll into balls, ...
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Energy Balls Too Dry

The flax seed and dates are acting as binding in this case. The dryness will be from the coconut flour, I think you can't get around this without adding some moisture somewhere. Oil will make it too ...
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