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Baking Tips

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Make sure your cookie dough is coldbefore you start baking cookies.
To avoid too much gluten activation, do not over-mix dough when baking.
Since measuring cups can vary in size, use a scale for the precise ingredient quantities your recipe requires.
Ensure that all your baking ingredients are at room temperature before you begin baking.
If you suspect your oven temperature guide is unreliable, purchase an oven thermometer for accurate baking temperatures.
When a recipe calls for soft butter, do not use hard butter in its place.
Cookie dough scoops save time when baking and also make cookies uniform in size for even baking.
The French term for setting up all your ingredients before you start mixing and baking is mise en place.
The measure of a pinch is approximately 1/8teaspoon.
Whenever possible, ensure to use high quality ingredients, such as vanilla, to achieve the best product results.
When the recipe directs you to flour baking pans, use a small amount of the same dry mixture that you are baking with.
Before you start baking, read the recipe thoroughly until you understand all the steps.

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