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Old Tue, Dec-15-15, 14:04
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Default oopsie rolls without electric beater?

Can you make oopsie rolls without electric beater?

Thanks!
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Old Tue, Dec-15-15, 14:57
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I'm sure they accomplished hand-whisking egg whites to a stiff peak long before electricity, but I certainly wouldn't want to attempt it now. :P I find it bad enough on my wrists just waving the hand mixer back and forth.

(PS - here's a link to the main discussion thread about Oopsie Rolls. It's helpful to reply to the thread instead of starting a new one, so that people will know what you're talking about. I'm sure lots of people wouldn't have known what Oopsies are. )
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Old Tue, Dec-15-15, 16:17
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(PS - here's a link to the main discussion thread about Oopsie Rolls. It's helpful to reply to the thread instead of starting a new one, so that people will know what you're talking about. I'm sure lots of people wouldn't have known what Oopsies are. )


Thanks, I am still having a hard time finding threads, in fact, I even had a hard time finding my way back to this one as I forgot where I posted it .

P.S. how did you know where it was?
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Old Wed, Dec-16-15, 12:35
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I did a search. Our own search engine is disabled, but if you click on "advanced search" and then use the google box, it works like a charm. It's handy even to add someone's username or any other keywords if you're looking for a specific thread.
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Old Wed, Dec-16-15, 13:51
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I did a search. Our own search engine is disabled, but if you click on "advanced search" and then use the google box, it works like a charm. It's handy even to add someone's username or any other keywords if you're looking for a specific thread.


where is that?

thanks!
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Old Wed, Dec-16-15, 15:46
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Scroll up. Top center of the page. Green tool bar.
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Old Thu, Dec-17-15, 09:04
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You could probably pick up a second hand beater pretty cheap at a thrift store.

Do you have an immersion blender? Same kind of thing.
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Old Fri, Dec-18-15, 14:50
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You could probably pick up a second hand beater pretty cheap at a thrift store.

Do you have an immersion blender? Same kind of thing.

Yes I have in immersion blender, it's not the greatest though. I will look around, haven't had much time to be in thrift stores lately.
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Old Fri, Dec-18-15, 14:51
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Scroll up. Top center of the page. Green tool bar.

Maybe I'm just dense but I see the search feature there (which I thought I read had been disabled). But I don't see the advanced search
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Old Fri, Dec-18-15, 16:27
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Click on it.

I got a nice little new hand mixer for $9.99 at a local discount store. Someone in the thread above said an immersion blender won't cut it for whipping egg whites stiff. I think I can see why - it doesn't get enough air in. I've never tried it, though... have you, Nancy?
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Old Fri, Dec-18-15, 18:18
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Click on it.

I got a nice little new hand mixer for $9.99 at a local discount store. Someone in the thread above said an immersion blender won't cut it for whipping egg whites stiff. I think I can see why - it doesn't get enough air in. I've never tried it, though... have you, Nancy?

Thanks! Yeah, my immersion won't really whip HWC either.
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