Hi Ratio Shortening In Cakes

Baking By Jeff_Arnett Updated 24 Mar 2016 , 2:32pm by Jeff_Arnett

Jeff_Arnett Posted 24 Mar 2016 , 12:03am
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I know many of us use hi ratio shortening in our icings,...but do any of you also use it in your cakes too?

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leah_s Posted 24 Mar 2016 , 2:37am
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Absolutely.  50 lb box.  It goes in everything.  Even biscuits.  "Cause I'm not gonna buy two different types of shortening.  #Imcheap

Jeff_Arnett Posted 24 Mar 2016 , 11:28am
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OK...thanks Leah.  The reason I was wondering is that the local GFS now carries hi ratio in store in 50 pound boxes...so no more having to order it the smaller tubs.  But 50 is a lot of shortening, but if used in cakes and icings too it would be more practical for me to purchase this size.

leah_s Posted 24 Mar 2016 , 11:39am
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Heck, Jeff, in a pinch, when I didn't have oil, I melted in down and fried something in it.  It isn't designed for that, but when that 50 box is sitting there. . .  I used it for everything that uses solid fat 

Jeff_Arnett Posted 24 Mar 2016 , 2:32pm
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Good deal!


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