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I had been using parchment paper at all temps from 325 F to 500 F. I fond this warnng on the parchment paper I have used for three years. My parchment paper is only rated to 420F. What bad things ...
Wax paper is only water resistant when heated. If I put a sheet in boiling water, it will absorb water over time.
Is parchment waterproof or water-resistant in boiling water?
I've used parchment under cookies and so forth for a long time, and have always been happy with the results. A couple of months ago, I used it instead of foil (for no particular reason) in a roast...
Reynolds won't tell you on its website if silicon is the "natural non-stick" component of parchment paper that makes it non-stick. Is it? Is it safe to use? Apparently, it was not for breast impl...
Is there a difference between parchment paper and waxed paper? Can waxed paper be used to line a cookie sheet? I have always used parchment paper instead.
Ok question if I line a Pyrex lasagna pan with parchment paper and dump liquid in it will the parchment paper absorbe and of the liquid
A topic about where to locally buy non coated parchment paper, had one poster asking "What do you mean un-coated? Parchment paper's fundamental definition is that it has a silicon coating"
Does parchment paper burn at 400 degrees F? How about greaseproof paper? If I want to make choux pastry then what kind of paper should I use to prevent burning?
Does anyone understand the difference between the two? Can they be used interchably when baking seafood? Thanks.
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