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  • Malorie Webb

    baking tip: When cooling cake layers, place bread slices on top to keep the cake layers soft and moist while the bread becomes hard as a rock -- What a fun fact!!! it keeps it from cracking in the middle too! Must keep this in mind.

  • Monique Reynolds

    good to know} When cooling cake layers, place bread slices on top to keep the cake layers soft and moist while the bread becomes hard as a rock -- What a fun fact!!! it keeps it from cracking in the middle too! Plus a recipe for chocolate-peanut butter cake

  • Jam CP

    good to know} When cooling cake layers, place bread slices on top to keep the cake layers soft and moist while the bread becomes hard as a rock -- What a fun fact!!! My mom told me it keeps it from cracking in the middle too! Bread keeps cookies soft too!

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