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9/20/10 9:50 P

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Thank you for the recipe. I will use it.

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9/20/10 6:43 P

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Here is your link to the recipe.
I like the idea, as I think my Bisquick goes bad before it gets used. I never cook with it. DH uses it for pancakes & to make fried green tomatoes.
The later - could be plain flour with a little baking powder added.

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9/20/10 7:12 A

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Thanks.
The two neighborhood supermarkets here don't sell Bisquick.

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9/20/10 4:22 A

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I've posted my Bisquick clone recipe in my Spark Cookbook. It's been tested many times and really works, can be used in any recipe calling for Bisquick baking mix, but it's cheaper and much healthier because I use olive oil instead of shortening. I also use half wholemeal flour, if you don't like this use 1kg white flour instead.
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