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    Pound Cake Research Paper

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    One pound of flour • and if you feel bold add some flavoring. • Pre-heat the oven to…

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    First, I began by sifting the flour and salt into a large bowl. I roughly broke the butter in small chunks, and added them to the bowl. I had to be able to see them. I made a well in the bowl, and added the 100ml of water to the mixture. I mixed it until I had a firm dough, added water if needed. Next, I place it onto a lightly floured board, kneading gently to form into a smooth rectangle. I then folded the top third down to the centre, then the bottom third up and over that and gave the dough…

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    I firmly grasp a stick and stab it into my marshmallow. As I hold it above the blazing fire, I turn it to make sure each side gets a pleasant golden-brown tint. When it’s perfectly done, I scrape it carefully between two graham crackers and throw in a piece of chocolate to top it off. Indulging into the ooey-gooey goodness is messy. The graham cracker breaks sending crumbles to the ground and my fingers become sticky from the melty marshmallow. Taking the final bite, I close my eyes to enhance…

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    It becomes common place in your life. The wine represents Jesus’ blood he shed on the cross, the bread his body. That primal comparison of a simple piece of communion bread to the body of Jesus Christ intrigued me. My dad always made the communion bread himself; a simple recipe, just salt, flour, sugar, etc. Nothing that seems ‘worthy’ enough to be compared to the body of Jesus Christ. Yet, we accepted it as spiritual fact, and went on with our day. That made me realize bread is more than just a…

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    Yeast Leavening Report

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    A blend of potato starch, tapioca flour and sorghum flours can be used to make gluten free bread. Sorghum flour is high in protein content that helps with imitation of gluten structure, but often imparts a darker coloring to the bread. Tapioca flour has high carbohydrate levels and little protein or fiber structure (Layton, 2010). Potato starch is higher than tapioca flour in carbohydrates but also has no fiber or protein (Layton, 2010). Tapioca flour and potato starch add to the softness of…

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    Make Sugar Cookies Essay

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    Have you ever had a craving for something sweet in the middle of the night but didn’t want to run to the store? If you have, you are in luck with this easy 7 ingredient sugar cookie recipe. Making cookies can be a fun activity for the family, the kids can decorate them and well the adults can eat them. Sugar cookies could also make a great snack to bring to a small get together. Before gathering your ingredients, you will want to preheat your oven to the temperature of 375 degrees Fahrenheit.…

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    the meat is finished, shred the meat using two forks, and reserve some of the broth for an additional step. On day two, simmer the cooked meat on the stove while prepping the remaining recipe items. Next, soak the corn husks for at least thirty minutes in hot water. It is ideal to purchase precut corn husks also from a local grocery store. The corn husks are significant because it holds the tamales together while allowing the steam to penetrate. While the meat is simmering and the corn husks are…

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    Abstract: Mold is a type of fungus that obtains its energy from the organic matter it feeds and lives on. Mold possesses enzymes that break down biopolynomers which are absorbed by hyphae. I am going to determine whether mold grows at a higher rate of abudance higher temperatures rather than in low temperatures. The bread will be kept in different environments at different temperatures to observed the time taken for the mold to appear. Hypothesis: Bread mold will in grow at a more abundant…

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    The Best Cupcakes Ever Rough Draft In the world that we live in today has more than 50 thousand cupcake recipes. Some people can make good cupcakes, but I make the best! Cupcakes is one thing in this world; that not everybody can make because of the steps in the recipe. My recipe can either make or break someone from baking cupcakes. Steps can be easy or hard to make some cupcakes, but I am going to show you how to make a perfect batch of cupcakes; just simply follow these steps, preparing,…

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    Biscotti Research Paper

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    and add your own flavor. Www.auntannasbiscotti.com gives many flavorful ideas that will compliment the experience of eating biscotti like “Chocolate Almond, Lemon Rasberry Almond, Cranberry Orange Almond, Chocolate covered Banana Walnuts, Red Velvet, Cinnamon Almond, or Lemon Blueberry Almond”. Biscotti has been embraced in the American culture. But instead of adding flavors to make it sweet, they add salt, pepper, and chesse. These are the most common ingredients for this…

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