GUIDE TO EASY BAKING
Ingredient Temperature: Ingredients must be at the temperature
specified in recipe. Butter/margarine that is too cold, and not at
room temperature, will not cream with sugar when making cookie
dough. Pie crust, in contrast, must only be made with very cold
butter/margarineso that it can be cut into the flour and not
creamed. This is what makes cookies soft and pie crust flaky.
Follow the simple detailed recipes that begin on the next page.
You, too, will be able to e:cperience delicious results every timer
lease carefully read Owner's Manual before proceeding.
Refer to the Practical Solutions Guide on page 67.
when dieters declined bread because it was
starchy and fattening? Well, nutritionists
won a reprieve
for bread when they reminded
us that it's comprised
and full of fiber. In fact, four old
friends -- bread, cereal, rice and pasta -- form the
of the USDRs current
"Eating Right" pyramid. Six to
eleven servings are recom-
know we can indulge
in the ultimate
fort food without
guilt. We certainly
owe thanks to those
who insisted, "Let
them eat bread!"
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