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 Is this recipe conversion accurate?

Answer No it isn't, you divide all of those by two1 1/2 cups AP flour Correct1 1/2 teaspoons instant yeast Wrong 1/2Tablespoon3/4 teaspoon salt Correct1 tablespoon + 1 1/2 teaspoons sugar Wrong 101/2 Tabl... Read More »
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Help! My daughter needs a recipe for a meat dish to serve four-six. Anyone have a very simple family recipe?

This is delicious and SOOO easyBAVARIAN BEEF BURGUNDY 1 lb. beef sirloin, cut into thin strips (or Tenderloin Tips)2 tbsp. butter1 c. mushrooms, sliced1/2 c. onion, chopped1 pkg. Kraft brown grav... Read More »
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How to Turn a Regular Recipe Into a Low Fat Recipe?

A great way to turn a regular recipe into a low-fat recipe is to reduce the fat by altering some of the ingredients. Some of the alterations to make recipes low-fat may cost a little more than the ... Read More »
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Why most cookie recipe contain chocolate/cocoa powder & chocolate chips Ain't any recipe without it?

Now that's just silly. There are millions of cookie recipes that don't contain those things. It's not even close to "most cookie recipes" containing those ingredients. Some of these may have bro... Read More »
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Which one is more accurate?

i would say the website is correct. I checked my time and it is the same as the websites. (in eastern time)
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