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Photo FAQs

February 9, 2017 - 2:54am -- kygin
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Just mentioning that the Photo FAQs page needs to be updated.  Picasa is listed at the bottom for photo editing use.  Google has discontinued Picasa, so it is no longer available for download.

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Cedar Mountain

January 17, 2017 - 6:07pm -- Danni3ll3
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What happened to Cedar Mountain? I was looking for his Rye recipes since hubby asked for a rye bread for this weekend and I noticed that everything from his username to his blog is gone. This such a loss since he had fantastic combos in his breads. :-(

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Easy healthy recipe

January 11, 2017 - 3:29am -- Butmayselche
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I am suffering from digestive problems. My friend who is a naturopathic doctor in Mississauga suggested some healthy recipes.

http://www.erinmillshealth.com/blog/health-tips/easy-healthy-recipes-mississauga-naturopaths/ I thought that it would be worth sharing. It would be helpful to all those who are looking for easy healthy recipes. They are very easy to prepare.

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Looking for a young baker to help open a new wood fired bakery near Chiang Mai Thailand

December 25, 2016 - 6:17pm -- marksimmerman
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Hello fellow bakers. I am looking for an adventurous younger baker with perhaps 2-3 years of experience to help me open a small wood fired bread bakery in a beautiful location near Chiang Mai Thailand. I will cover airfare, room and board and a small stipend.  Please contact me at marksimmerman@hotmail.com if you are interested or know someone who might be.

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Pasta Pain De Mie

October 20, 2016 - 9:00am -- Emerogork
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Well, posting here only because I am using this bread pan...

I use the Pain De Mie pan over two burners on the stove.  Add about 2c water and cook one or two servings of spaghetti. More servings, more water. Bring to boil until the water is absorbed into the pasta.  Usually there is no draining and if needed you can always add water sparingly.  If there is any left over pasta water, add it to your sauce as a thickener.

No more throwing away 6 quarts of water and uses much less cooking time and energy to boil water especially for one or two servings.

 

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