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    Greaseproof v Baking Parchment?
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    • 6th Oct 08, 6:25 PM
    Greaseproof v Baking Parchment? 6th Oct 08 at 6:25 PM
    What is the difference between greaseproof paper and baking parchment?

    Sent OH out to get some greaseproof and he came back with baking parchment "because it was 37p cheaper" - so he does listen to my complaints about cutting costs sometimes

    I assume that they are both OK for lining my (greased & lined) cake tins, but what is it about greaseproof paper that makes it more expensive?
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