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 What makes meringue shrink?

Answer Meringue is a combination of egg whites and sugar that are beat together to form a fluffy coating for pies and other desserts. Many chefs find that it is difficult to make a perfect meringue becaus... Read More »
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What Makes Clothes Shrink in the Washer & Dryer?

Heat is usually the culprit behind the shrinkage of clothes. Very hot water in the washing machine or high-heat drying, either from a laundry dryer or even hot heat from the sun will reduce the siz... Read More »
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What is meringue?

Consisting of stiffly beaten egg whites and sugar, meringue is a popular addition to desserts. Adding cream of tartar to help stiffen the egg whites is also common, though not necessary.HistoryA Sw... Read More »
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Where did the meringue originate?

The origin of the dessert known as meringue is widely argued throughout the world. In 1604, Lady Elinor Fettiplace of England created a similar recipe under a different name, "White Biskit Bread." ... Read More »
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