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    Laura

    Maybe you can help me out with this. I am trying to figure out what exactly the “drink mixes” contain. Is hot cocoa mix in a jar included? It is afterall a drink mix. And also under baking mixes. Are they refering to any type of baking mix such as: bread, muffin, cookies, bisquits, scone mix, brownies, cakes, etc mix in a jar? I would assume with it being so broad it covers any mix that you dump mix together with liquids and bake. And also what do “crisps” refer to? Hope somebody can help me oit with these questions. Thanks in advance.

    Laura

    #1899 Reply

    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    The definitions of these terms on the site could be more clear… sorry about that! In Ohio, basically any dry mix is going to work. If it doesn’t have any moisture content then it will be totally shelf stable and safe. “Crisps” means something like an apple crisp or some other baked fruit pastry.

    #1934 Reply

    Laura
    Participant

    So does this mean I can do the hot cocoa mix in a jar? Sorry I didn’t catch where you answered that. I was also curious about marshmallows? Would they be considered a soft candy? And also pretzels that have a chocolate kiss melted on top of them? I would assume that would be covered under chocolate covered item.

    Thanks in advance I’m sure I will have many more questions.

    Laura

    #1942 Reply

    David Crabill
    Keymaster

    Yes to all your items. Good luck!

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