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Old 06-11-2010, 3:57 PM
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Question rice pudding in the slow cooker

does rice pudding in the sc need to be on high or low? Thanks in advance
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Haven't done it in slow cooker yet myself, but reckon it will be fine on low.
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squeakys index - i searched but couldnt find anything
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:40 AM
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Could you please add this web site to your index, plenty of bread recipes in alphabetical order. They sometimes have competitions too.......

http://www.carrsbreadmaker.info/recipes/index.html

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I am almost certain I saw on OS a website where you put the ingredients you have in to make a dish.. But I cant find it, can anyone help please
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