Stork / Margarine

Baking By Georgiam98 Updated 28 Oct 2020 , 2:54am by kakeladi

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Georgiam98 Posted 27 Oct 2020 , 3:17pm
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Hey guys. I used to use butter for baking a simple sponge cake but it’s pricey so I’ve switched to margarine. However has anyone found that stork or Tesco soft spread for cakes, both have a coconut taste when the cake is baked? I can’t find any information online but I find the coconut taste is very strong 

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SandraSmiley Posted 27 Oct 2020 , 3:21pm
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I am not familiar with either of these brands and it has been so many years since I used margarine, I can't even remember the brand names.  One, I know, was Blue Bonnet, but I don't recall being able to tell much difference in taste and certainly not coconut.  It maybe that the brands to which you are referring uses coconut oil in the manufacturing.

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kakeladi Posted 28 Oct 2020 , 2:54am
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Those I believe are brands in the UK.  Most of on on forum right now are in the USA  so we can’t help you-sorry  

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