Cheesecake Help

Baking By cbyerika Updated 18 May 2015 , 4:26am by johnson6ofus

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cbyerika Posted 18 May 2015 , 3:41am
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ive been making cakes for over a year now. I recently have been testing out cheesecakes. My question is this:

if I want to sell a cheesecake, how do I make it so I'm not giving the bottom of my springform pan away? Is there a trick to transferring the cheesecake? Do I put a cake board on top of the pan before I press my crust in the pan? Thanks for any help you may have! 

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johnson6ofus Posted 18 May 2015 , 4:26am
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I press parchment paper in the bottom and then lift and transfer to a circle cake board when done. You can slip the board under the baked and chilled cake very easily. 

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