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    I've started baking as part of my "financial diet". I use a lot of buttermilk for my baking whose price was affecting the cost effectiveness of home baking. I do love freshly baked stuff so I set about looking for a cheap source of buttermilk. The recipe below was by far the most cost effective, not to mention delicious. I found it online & unfortunately I can't find the link so I could acknowledge the owner.

    Recipe #286149

    This recipe is an orange-and-mocha variation of sugar-cookie dough. I got it from the Toronto Star 2008 Cookie Advent Calendar. It's originally from: A Bakers Field Guide to Christmas Cookies by Dede Wilson. I love that it has flavor & not overly sweet. I made it for my first ever cookie exchange & it was a hit! Best cookies I ever made. The Star still has a link for the 2008 calendar but I want to save it just to be on the safe side.

    Recipe #444233

    I wanted 100% which is light and fluffy so I started tinkering away and this is the recipe I got. I really love it and it's easy-peasy, lemon-sqeasy as my kids would say. As a result, I've retired my 50-50 bread. Hopefully s

    Recipe #292147


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