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Parchment Paper

Parchment paper, teflon and high temps

by Chikklinlittle 11 months ago

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 u...


kaleokahu commented 11 months ago

Is parchment paper waterproof?

by icecone 8 years ago

Wax paper is only water resistant when heated. If I put a sheet in boiling water, it will absorb water over time. ...


wholestory commented 1 year ago

Parchment paper! I put that sh!t under everything!

by monfrancisco 6 years ago

I've used parchment under cookies and so forth for a long time, and have always been happy with the results. A coupl...


divadmas commented 2 years ago

Silicon: Is it the non-stick component of parchment paper and is it safe?

by gfr1111 3 years ago

Reynolds won't tell you on its website if silicon is the "natural non-stick" component of parchment paper that makes ...


MikeG commented 3 years ago

parchment paper vs. waxed paper ?

by BJE 12 years ago

Is there a difference between parchment paper and waxed paper? Can waxed paper be used to line a cookie sheet? I hav...


gizziedae commented 3 years ago

parchment paper

by JonRiggins 3 years ago

Ok question if I line a Pyrex lasagna pan with parchment paper and dump liquid in it will the parchment paper absorbe...


DuffyH commented 3 years ago

When did parchment paper lose its innocence?

by rworange 7 years ago

A topic about where to locally buy non coated parchment paper, had one poster asking "What do you mean un-coated? Par...


treehugger53ah commented 4 years ago

Does parchment paper burn at 400 degrees F?!

by TiffanyN 8 years ago

Does parchment paper burn at 400 degrees F? How about greaseproof paper? If I want to make choux pastry then what kin...


iluvcookies commented 8 years ago

Wax paper vs. Parchment paper

by Yaela 12 years ago

Does anyone understand the difference between the two? Can they be used interchably when baking seafood? Thanks.


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