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Decorating By tuamor1628 Updated 2 Aug 2010 , 4:45am by tuamor1628

tuamor1628 Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:22am
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I just got done reading about how if I'm baking a 10 inch or larger cake I need to use a heating core?!?! Is this true? Has anyone had a successful go without using one?!?! Need to know asap!!! Please!!!

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PiccoloChellie Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:24am
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I don't use them for 10" rounds or squares. 12", yes, I'll spray a flower nail with nonstick spray and place that upside down in the batter.

Easy now, don't panic.

katibeth88 Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:26am
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like 10 inch width? I've baked several cakes in 10-14 in. round pans about 3 inches tall but never use a heating core..... oops? I would think that since I can level and torte them without finding mushy muck, that they've been ok? hmmm.......

KatsSuiteCakes Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:29am
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I've never used a flower nail for a 12", but I do lower the baking temp to 325 degrees and not had a problem. I suppose I should try using one, and see if it makes a difference.

kansaslaura Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:31am
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I never use them. But I know others swear by them. I bake at 325º and don't have a problem.

sweettreat101 Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:37am
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I've never used them not even for a twelve inch. I even baked 14 inch cake without one.

all4cake Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:40am
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I don't use them for any size. I would probably consider using them if I made 4 inch deep cakes though.

tuamor1628 Posted 2 Aug 2010 , 4:45am
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Thank you all! icon_smile.gif I was freaking out because I have a cake in the oven that's a 10 inch and would probably have a panic attack if I found out that it was all mushy and didn't bake right. lol.

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