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Wednesday, December 03, 2008

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Whole Foods sells a trans-fat-free (and I believe unhydrogenated) vegetable shortening. http://www.spectrumorganics.com/?id=87
A proper buttercream won't have shortening anyway, though they're sort of a pain to make.
I don't know what Cake Love (http://cakelove.com/) puts in their frosting, but it's tasty and they don't use vegetable oil or shortening.

Sylvie,

Thank you so much for the tip on the shortening. I am vegetarian/vegan part of the year and this will make baking during that part much easier! Thank you!

Yep, I like the caramel and the cake!!! Actually loved the browned butter.
Too much sugar.

Yep, I like the caramel and the cake!!! Actually loved the browned butter.
Too much sugar.

Yep, I like the caramel and the cake!!! Actually loved the browned butter.
Too much sugar.

I love the taste of caramel but like you said it requires precision and I'm always afraid it will be too early or too late.

I'm a firm believer in caramelizing things so when I make pasta sauce I make sure my onions reach that stage before I put in the tomatoes and I like to roast red peppers so that they are caramelized, etc.

Your cake sounds delicious and maybe one day when I'm feeling confident I'll try making it. :)

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