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I bet it would.
so a crouton would be a few milliiloaves, and a slice of bread would be several centiloaves?
I hadn't heard of it either! I was just making a pun about soda.
Literally soda bread.or pop bread in some parts of the country.
I bet it would work in a pressure cooker. Probably a lot faster. I've also heard of people using a pre-heated crock pot. That would be perfect, as long as the loaf mold could fit with the lid on. A wider, shallower mold like a souffle crock would be just right.The corn and rye flavors are much richer compared to pre-canned. The difference is night and day.
I shall attempt it, post-haste, good sir!
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Glad you liked it.
that would make incredible french toast.
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I knew someone years ago who made potato cinnamon rolls and they were incredible. Forgot about it until I saw this. never got the recipe. definitely a recipe I'll try now that I have a recipe.
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you should win the prize for the story, if you don't get one for the instrument (which you should)
That knife looks very similar to a Finnish puukko knife.I'm always amazed at how Scandanavian and Japanese blade and sheath construction are so surprisingly similar in construction and overall look; The minimalist look, the clean sweeping lines, the streamlined sheath. A scandanavian knife also often has a wooden liner, called a lesta, which is usually covered with leather, but many have a fully wooden sheath that looks almost exactly like these.
when I first saw this, I didn't read the title and I thought "wow! what a nice looking tape dispenser!"
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