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#601 Mon 31 Dec 12 8:55pm

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

hi jennya1
Welcome. to jamies forum...can I ask how old your son is ?? littleuns often grow out of childhood allergies...

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#602 Tue 01 Jan 13 10:30am

jennya1

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

he i 9 tomorrow unfortunately had allergies sincehe was 10 months so not very likely. Been trying for years to bake a cake for him and it comes out wrong.

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#603 Tue 01 Jan 13 11:34am

mariskatitia

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

In alot of your recipes you use coriander, i have tried it several times, but i hate the taste of it. I have found that many people suffer from this, you either love it or hate it..
Is there a herb that i can use instead of coriander?

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#604 Tue 01 Jan 13 11:50am

hippytea

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

jennya1: there should be plenty of eggless cake recipes out there. Some use vinegar to make them rise - there are various methods to replace the rising effect of the egg. But you need to use a specific eggless cake recipe, don't try and adapt an existing cake recipe, as cake chemistry is complicated and it will go wrong.

Google "eggless cake", or better, "vegan cake," as that will be both egg and dairy free. I've eaten some fabulous vegan cakes, though I've never made one myself.

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#605 Wed 02 Jan 13 12:23am

jennya1

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

ok thanks i will try that

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#606 Wed 02 Jan 13 11:13am

WeeGee

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi, wondering if the homecooker recipe book will be expanded on. I'd really like to know basic stuff to make in it as well as the amazing recipes I've already followed. The homecooker comes with pasta and rice inserts, but nothing in the book tells you how long to set timer and how hot to have it either. Please help.. help

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#607 Wed 02 Jan 13 11:23am

Maree

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

WeeGee wrote:

Hi, wondering if the homecooker recipe book will be expanded on. I'd really like to know basic stuff to make in it as well as the amazing recipes I've already followed. The homecooker comes with pasta and rice inserts, but nothing in the book tells you how long to set timer and how hot to have it either. Please help.. help

Hi WeeGee and welcome to the forums.

Suggest you contact the customer service department of the manufacturer of the appliance with these questions. There's usually a toll-free number in the instruction booklet.

Look forward to seeing you around the forums smile

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#608 Wed 02 Jan 13 11:23pm

WeeGee

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Hi, thanks for that I'll have a look for some numbers and give them a call, never even thought of that.  thumbsup

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#609 Thu 03 Jan 13 2:45am

lilybear4ever

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Help!! what can I use instead of cranberries in sauces, relishes and all recipes that have these in. I am unable to have them due to health problems sad

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#610 Thu 03 Jan 13 8:41am

wine~o

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Re: Ask me a cooking question

Lilybear...Try redcurrants...

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