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Got Flour, but What about Yeast?

Got Flour, but What about Yeast?

When people stocked up to shelter and bake at home, they purchased 6.5 times the normal amount of yeast at grocery stores.  Replenishing the dry yeast stock has kept Red Star working round the clock. Check out the latest availability information. Help us spread the word about an option you might not think of: Fresh […]

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Crispy Whole Grain Waffles

Crispy Whole Grain Waffles

Waffles have been a part of our collective experience for a very long time. Indeed, the sweet and hot breakfast treat has been a staple in American cuisine since before our earliest colonial days. Waffled can be enjoyed in the traditional manner, with butter and maple syrup. Or perhaps you like your waffles with whipped […]

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Let's Get Started "Adulting" ... before our kids are adults!

Let’s Get Started “Adulting” … before our kids are adults!

Bake for Family Fun month is a fabulous time to launch life skills essential to helping children, ‘tweens and young adults be less food insecure for life!  When you’re not sure if it’s worth the time sharing the kitchen, just think how disadvantaged for life you are when you don’t know how to read and […]

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1-2-3 Bake-to-Ship Gifts

1-2-3 Bake-to-Ship Gifts

When the lucky recipient of your baking means you’ll be SHIPPING, some baked goods are just MADE for this. Others, not so much. Not so great…buttery-rich shortbreads, cookies or crackers; cakes and Artisan lean (no fat, no sugar) breads.  These are likely to crumble, crush, stale or mold respectively. Ship-shape arrivals are more likely with […]

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How to Make All Natural Homemade Food Coloring

How to Make All Natural Homemade Food Coloring

Now more than ever we want to know what goes into our food.  What better way to know than to make your food yourself. Food dye has gotten a bad rap, so if you don’t want to use it or want an all natural solution then this is for you. Fruits, vegetables and spices have a strong pigment […]

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Gardens and Baking Unite

Gardens and Baking Unite

The soil is turned and warming up for planting. Those soft spring rains may bring tulips and daffodils, but it shouldn’t surprise you our thoughts turn to what we can BAKE with all that’s sprouting— both in the garden and the store.  The top three coming to mind include Asparagus Wrap fresh grilled or roasted […]

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