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ive tried ms sasa at paragon, but they were borderline stale and hard as a rock...hmmmm will have to try secret recipe...

i make my own too, but the chocolate is expensive...will have to search for a good source.

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ive tried ms sasa at paragon, but they were borderline stale and hard as a rock...hmmmm will have to try secret recipe...

i make my own too, but the chocolate is expensive...will have to search for a good source.

Why don't you try using cocoa? Its not too expensive and mixed with vegetable oil or butter works just as well as baking chocolate. 1 oz (square) baking chocolate-= 3Tbsp cocoa + 1Tbsp vegetable oil or butter. Mix together well.

I make brownies on a regular basis using this substitution .

Thats why my husband loves me so much :o

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i'll try that, right now i use atleast 8 ounces of chocolate for a 10x10" pan...milk chocolate mixed with bittersweet seems to be my weapon of choice, guess the cocoa would be inbetween somewhere, i'll give it a shot!

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ive tried ms sasa at paragon, but they were borderline stale and hard as a rock...hmmmm will have to try secret recipe...

i make my own too, but the chocolate is expensive...will have to search for a good source.

The chocolate isn't that expensive though - when you compare it to the price of a half-decent brownie in LOS.

I agree - the best ones are the ones that you make yourself - 9 times out of 10 you always end up getting ones that are stale - hint for retailers: don't keep brownies in a fridge!

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ive tried ms sasa at paragon, but they were borderline stale and hard as a rock...hmmmm will have to try secret recipe...

i make my own too, but the chocolate is expensive...will have to search for a good source.

Why don't you try using cocoa? Its not too expensive and mixed with vegetable oil or butter works just as well as baking chocolate. 1 oz (square) baking chocolate-= 3Tbsp cocoa + 1Tbsp vegetable oil or butter. Mix together well.

I make brownies on a regular basis using this substitution .

Thats why my husband loves me so much :o

I have to qualify this description of cocoa for chocolate substitution as the most ingenous to come out of this forum...

falang ingenuity shall always reign supreme...

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Over "ere Brownies are wot you go into before you become a girl guide..assuming your are....of course.......

The tit lads are wolf cubs......takes me back....

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