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 Calling all cake baking connoisseurs!! How do you ensure that your cakes are moist?

Answer Mostly I think you need to post the actual recipe as it sounds like it may be something other than a traditional sponge type that is naturally "cakey". Cakey would be like a box-mix type cake, one... Read More »
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What are the functions of cake flour in baking cakes?

While many cake recipes call for all-purpose flour, there are recipes that call for cake flour. Affecting everything from texture to volume, cake flour is used for a variety of reasons.DescriptionA... Read More »
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I'm baking a birthday cake for a woman and i have the two round cakes done, but where do i get a...?

make a mold...using the equipment God gave you...that ought to ensure its large enough to satisfy her(((Cassie)))he really knows how to whip his cream, doesn't he???
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Making my scratch cakes more moist. Help?

I've never poked holes in my cake and added (lemon, sugar and water). I'm not sure how this might change the taste. I have, however, made several cakes from the following site and they were all exc... Read More »
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Why do cake shows like cake boss claim they make cakes when they use 50% fondant?

If you think Cake Boss uses a lot of fondant, try watching Ace of Cakes with Duff Goldman on the Food Network sometime. I don't really know why they use so much fondant, but my opinion is well, jus... Read More »
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