Response: pp: ah, will do tt too :sonia: tts what ive heard tootracie:me too, id rahetr eat oily homemade fritters than stall fritterseatotcom: eno has sodium bicarbonate, citric acid n sodium carbonate n all these give off carbon dioxide, making the batter puffed n light. sodium carbonate prolly works like calcium carbonate, which is kapur.zurin: i think the chalk kapur is calcium carbonate, limestone, prolly in a less refined form.if tts what they use, its not as harmful as plastic so maybe we can sneak off for some fritters now n then.bento: merry christmas too!!tealady: here, we use a cooking banana but i think tt the recipe works for all semi-ripe bananas.anon: er, i didnt advocate eating plastic fried bananas. i was just tring out the rumored recipe.vivien: you read bettergerrie: aiya, you shdve offered the starter to me sooner bc im flying off today to china :. but thanx tho! never made soudough bread b4. you might as well make sourdough bowls with the extra starter. in san francisco, we ate clam chowder served in a cute sourdough bowl, as big as a small coconut.ng: ive made banana foster once, last year, but nobody in the family thought it was special 'just fried bananas with ice cream, mom' so i dont bother with tt but thnx for the suggestion.
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