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post #16 of 18
That is true too, I test mine by touching it lightly with my finger tip, as soon as it stops "sticking" to my finger, I take it out of the oven. (you can't use the tradtiional method for regular cakes, these are much too thin for that!)
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Knowledge is a candle that when shared, doubles the light, but the insecure person believes knowledge is a candle that is diminished when it is split between two wicks.
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post #17 of 18
Yureka! I think that is my problem!!! I have solved the sticking problem but could not for the life of me stop the breaking and spliting. I was baking until the toothpick came out clean and it pulled away from the edges of the pan some. I am going to have to try this again now before the first of the year - DIET ---- AGAIN!!
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post #18 of 18
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hey that just might be the thing! I may try it again and take it to work once school starts up again--they'll eat anything falling apart or not......

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