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Have a look at Amazon's "Customers who bought this item also bought" section when looking at those 2 books. The book "Elements of Desserts" from Francisco J. Migoya looks nice. Also try to find El Bulli books, even if they are not dessert exclusive, you will find amazing (hard to reproduce) desserts.


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Welcome! Per allrecipes , yes you can, and no change liquid is needed. The recipe in the link calls for a pre-made graham cracker crust and uses 1 cup of peanut butter. The instructions read as: Prepare cook and serve pudding as directed on package. Stir in peanut butter. Bring mixture to a boil and pour into graham cracker crust. Allow to cool. If you ...


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While the mixture is raw, the density of the batter is more or less equivalent to the density of the grated coconut, and the batter is fluid, allowing movement. During cooking, the egg protein in the batter denatures and coagulates, generating a dense colloidal matrix that doesn't allow movement. As this process is happening, the proteins are aggregating to ...


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