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Pillsbury vs. Duncin Hines ???

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what mix is a better choice to start with when using it as a base? I usually use pillsbury because I like the flavor , but sometimes I feel like sometimes its almost too moist....(if that make any sense) . A lot of box mix recipe call for adding the pudding mix....should I just leave that part out because pillsbury already has that in the mix?? I need it to be sturdy enough for stacked cakes, but use it for cupcakes too. thanks.
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I used to use Duncan Hines whenever I was using a doctored mix recipe but now that they are reducing the amount of mix so I probably will just bake from scratch at this point.
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I always use Duncan Hines. Pillsbury seems almost too moist - almost sticky - to decorate.
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