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While an interesting idea, I don't know if I like the idea of a ziploc bag in the microwave, i would need more info. Do you have any more info on how this works? It is a great idea, just never heard anything about it before. I guess I would need to know how it works, and if it is safe to nuke the ziploc. But really interested in the concept. Would be great ot cut out the mess step!
Bread In A Bag in 4 Easy Steps
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UPDATE: It has been 1 year and 10 days since this was first installed here in soggy Western Washington. And even in the rain, sun and a few snow flakes of last year, we are still going strong!
wow! life changing.
I don't have a lot of experiance in the "diet" world. But this was really eye opening. if anything it is worth it to learn what is really in your foods and how it effects you personally. I could never do this as a full life change, but was an informative 30 days.
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Great to know. I am sure someday I will have leftovers for more than a few hours. :-) Interesting that there is such a flavor change. I may have to squirrel a few away next time just to test. Glad they stay crisp.
Glad you love the instructable. I had fun writing it. never thought about this before, but would be a great introduction to the kitchen for kids. your right. great cooking, without Rick of getting burned "cooking"
Flavored butters sound interesting. . . Food for thought. Literally
That is a great question. I love rice crackers, but have never tried it. Let me know if this works!
Great ideas! Bamboo would be very pretty
Didn't think of that. Great advise! Thank you. I will remember this for the future.
Steen, no the crackers do not get soggy, they are still very much cracker-y. Not really sure why but i think it has to do with something that is in the Ranch dressing mix. I think it soaks up anything that would make them soggy. So they still come out crunchy and cracker-y. Just like a normal flavored cracker, only you did it yourself.
Just learned a very important lesson. When I said flip every 5 minutes, I meant it. Made a quick batch for a pot luck tomorrow, but got a call right after I made the mixture and had to run out. Thought it would be just fine to pour on the mix, flip once and run.NOT A GOOD PLAN. This doesn't cover the cracker with tasty and mostly just left all the flavor on the bottom. Sad face.
not a great picture, but here is my fail. . .
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