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  • #31
    I don't foresee using the aluminum liners for baking but do see using them for most everything else
    Jim
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    • #32
      Julie makes a french toast recipe that is phenomenal... but leaves the D/O really sticky and coated with sugary yuck. ---- I can see these liners being a welcomed addition!!
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      • #33
        based on very limited use, I have found that if you PAM the heck out of them, the really do well .... if you have a deep wall Dutch Oven, note the comment above about unfolding the lip around the liner
        Jim
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        '11 Chevy Silverado 1500
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