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Hi, I'm new to the forum and loving all your tips and help. So far the only thing I have cooked is a loaf of bread in a tin. I proved it in the HO oven on the bottom rack and the lowest setting (my oven is from Aldi & doesn't actually say
Hello~! Nice to meet everyone I am Mahohime and my favorite little Dal is ChaCha on my icon - I was born in Singapore but grew up overseas. A friend introduce me to this Dal House and I'm glad I did. Was originally from Dolly market but I follow links
just wanted to say hello and thanks for creating a site just for dal lovers! I adore the close up face shots of all the stock dolls and it has been a great aid in helping me know which girls i cannot live without! I only recently started collecting and
I have a Cookworks Signature with a temperature setting range of 30°C - 250°C, I have searched for Proving Dough and it said "blood heat" 37°C but what would be the timer setting to use?