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I'm so happy!!!Thanks to the extensive theory content of these lessons, I was able to substitute ingredients to suit my gluten-free diet:- I substituted wheat flour with a mix of half rice flour, half corn starch.- To replace the gluten, I used Xantham gum.- I didn't have sour cream, so I used soft cream cheese instead.- Instead of instant coffee, I used the dregs left after brewing it. They gave a rich flavor and I could save the good coffee for drinking.- Finally, I opted to use a muffin pan instead of a large rectangular one: no cutting required! The brownie muffins developed a crunchy top and still managed to have a soft, pillow-like consistency in the center. And the scent of the coffee was still there! Delicious! Thank you for making this course!!
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Sorry for the late answer. I changed the resistor's value because during construction I changed LEDs. There are LEDs of different size and power rating, and the resistor should match the current provided by the battery. You could use a simple AA battery by changing the resistor's value.The on/off toggle switch can be of any rating you want, I just used one I had lying around. Some time ago, I decided to substitute the toggle switch for a recessed push button, because the toggle was switching to ON during transport and handling.
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Hi! I need some help. I just did this recipe but had some trouble. First, my mixture never became dough. It was too liquid, there was no way I could make scoops with that. (And yes, I did everything according to the recipe). So I decided to add more tapioca flour in order to get it more dense.Then, after the scoops got a nice light brown in the oven, I took them out and discovered the crust was excellent but the center was not done. I had to cut them in half and put them in the oven again.The end result tasted very good, but due to the need of halving the scoops, they were not like the balls I expected. What can I do?
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