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Using Burnt Caramel / Brewer's Caramel in Recipes
Has anyone worked with using either burnt caramel or brewer's caramel in their recipes? I have read a few places that Fuller's is known to use this to increase the SRM of some of their product line, ...
Oct 25 '10 at 13:48
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