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Originally Posted by angie941mx

Thanks to all for offering to me yours knowledge, tips and comments in my doubt.
I was lucky to read again my question in the forum before to make my experiment and found more information
I am not going to use the whole wheat flour to 100 % only one small part as yours advices they say, I hope to have soon comments with the use of the whole wheat flour


Bonjour Angie,
Je suis en Ottawa. J'aie une amie (Meg1) en Montreal. Ok, I understand more French than I can speak. She is on another site,
www.r-bdesigns.com and presently attending a Patisserie course in Montreal. Elle parle francais.
Hugs Squirrelly



Bonjour SquirrellyCakes

Je suis a Montreal (westisland) je ne parle pas bien l'anglais et le français
Je parle l'espagnol , je suis mexicaine j'ai arrive au Canada 2002.
J'adore faire des gâteaux , J'ai commencé l'année passée je suis très nouvelle dans le sujet des gâteaux et j'apprends seule je n'ai pas pris de cours de pâtisserie ou de gâteaux.
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une question ton amie donne les cours ou elle va aux cours

adieu et j'espère apprendre beaucoup de toi.
post #17 of 18
Bonjour,
I find that both your English and French are good!
My friend Meg is a student in a patisserie course in Montreal, not a teacher. She is very talented, a wonderful decorator and also a very nice person! She may be able to give you information on where she gets her baking supplies in the Montreal area.
I am happy that your cake turned out good!
Glad to see you on the site, welcome!
Hugs Mary Lou
post #18 of 18
Sorry, I didn't realize you were in Canada. I don't know if or how much whole wheat flour would or wouldn't work. I only tried this particular whole wheat pastry flour with cookies, cookie bars, etc. I was just saying the flour seemed a lot different than regular whole wheat flour. It's much softer & very silky to the touch. I hope I didn't mess up your cake! icon_redface.gif

The site is www.bobsredmill.com
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