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post #16 of 42
I believe that stuff like "country crock" is not the same as "margarine". Anyone .... please correct me if that's wrong info.
post #17 of 42
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Originally Posted by indydebi

Unfortunately, Spam hasn't made the same progress as the margarine makers!! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif



ROFLMAO You know what? I did the same thing several weeks ago. My favorite meal as a teen was macaroni and cheese and fried spam (maybe because that's mostly what I could cook at the time). I tried it again not so long ago, and ICK! LOLOL
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post #18 of 42
I never use the stuff in tubs. I don't know the technical stuff behind it all, but the tub stuff seems to be whipped, much softer, etc, and just doesn't do well at all in baking, IMHO. Your mileage may vary. I also don't use the walmart brand of margarine, unless everyone around here is out of Blue Bonnet. I will swear by BB for baking, though.

I would love to know the scientific difference on the tub vs. stick margarines, though, if anyone knows what that is... icon_razz.gif I'm a geek like that...
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post #19 of 42
I use Blue Bonnet too...never had a problem..
post #20 of 42
I have also always used Imperial for my NFSC as well. I always pick some up when I'm up at Walmart. I went into SHOCK this week icon_eek.gif when I went to the dairy case in Walmart and found they had replaced the Imperial with another brand of margarine!! OH NO..what to do now! I guess I'll be paying a few cents more for it at the grocery store. It's still way cheaper than butter, and the cookies taste great with it!
post #21 of 42
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Originally Posted by Joanne914

I have also always used Imperial for my NFSC as well. I always pick some up when I'm up at Walmart. I went into SHOCK this week icon_eek.gif when I went to the dairy case in Walmart and found they had replaced the Imperial with another brand of margarine!! OH NO..what to do now! I guess I'll be paying a few cents more for it at the grocery store. It's still way cheaper than butter, and the cookies taste great with it!



If you have an Aldi's nearby, I believe they carry it. Not positive, but worth a shot!
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post #22 of 42
I am kind of new to all of these terms. What is NFSC?
post #23 of 42
What is NFSC? Its No Fail Sugar Cookies ! There should be a recipe in the recipe sections!
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post #25 of 42
Theres the link ! Its for cutout type cookies! Its yummy !
post #26 of 42
I just finished eating a NFSC made with imperial... and I couldn't tell the difference... thumbs_up.gif So .. I'm going to use if from now on...and save a few bucks.
I omitted the 1 tsp of salt.

I think I should try another one... just to make sure icon_biggrin.gificon_biggrin.gif LOL
post #27 of 42
iramirez94.. It might take at least 1/2 doz !!
post #28 of 42
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Originally Posted by fiddlesticks

iramirez94.. It might take at least 1/2 doz !!



Only 1/2?? icon_eek.gif Lightweight! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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post #29 of 42
Fiddlesticks and doni you are too FUNNY!!

FYI I ate a palm tree, a number 4 and for dessert I had an elephant... icon_lol.gif VERDICT is still the same... they are yummy with imperial margarine!

No I will decorate the cookies and try freezing them. I read here on CC that I can decorate with RI and freeze them. I will need them for my twins jungle party on July 12th.
post #30 of 42
Help, I wanna play too. What does NFSC mean?
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