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    I'm making chicken parmigiana tonight and I need a recipe for the sauce. Does anyone have a good tomato pasta type sauce.


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    I like the red sauce from the edc meatloaf

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    Quote Originally Posted by lexim View Post
    Hey ladies. When you guys sterilise jars in the oven do you put the lid in aswell??


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    I do mine on the stove as I wasn't sure on that either

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    I just made the basic bread from the EDC - it's ok but no flavour if that makes sense. What am I missing?? Does anyone have a great bread recipe to share?

    Maybe the lack of flavour I'm noticing is actually preservatives I'm used to?! Ha

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    I make the easy everyday white from the recipe community and add stuff, either chia or lsa I prefer the taste when I use bread improver, maybe it's that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I make the easy everyday white from the recipe community and add stuff, either chia or lsa I prefer the taste when I use bread improver, maybe it's that?
    I do the same. The easy every day bread is nice.

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    Bliss balls come at me! That's one way to sort the AF chocolate craving without eating a whole pile of sugar-laden calories.

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    I made these bread rolls and they were better than any of the breads that I have tried - apart from quirky jos gluten free bread but that is a lot of work.
    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...lls-ever/23613
    I think the difference is there is a decent amount of salt, a little sugar and the addition of the olive oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I make the easy everyday white from the recipe community and add stuff, either chia or lsa I prefer the taste when I use bread improver, maybe it's that?
    Aahhh....I've never used that, although I do have some. How much should I put in, when a recipe doesn't call for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Aahhh....I've never used that, although I do have some. How much should I put in, when a recipe doesn't call for it?
    The recipe for the everyday loaf has 2 teaspoons and that's with 600g of flour. Does that help?

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