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September 25th, 2007, 07:08 AM
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We never buy canned juice so I haven't had any for making bread...then the other day we had some of our free Progresso soup for lunch and I thought...I can save these cans for bread. Granted, they will make small loaves (but that's good bc I can limit myself!). I'll freeze extra ones!
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September 25th, 2007, 07:25 AM
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I've thought about the mini loaves in the campbell's chunky cans. They're a little bigger than the regular soup cans. I think it'd work fine as long as the lid can come completely off (do you have one of those nifty can openers??)

(of course, you would also reduce your baking time, too)
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September 25th, 2007, 07:26 AM
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I've thought about the mini loaves in the campbell's chunky cans. They're a little bigger than the regular soup cans. I think it'd work fine as long as the lid can come completely off (do you have one of those nifty can openers??)

(of course, you would also reduce your baking time, too)[/b]
These had the pull off tops.

Anybody remember when fruit cups and pudding cups had those...now it's all plastic for safety!!
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September 25th, 2007, 07:28 AM
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I've thought about the mini loaves in the campbell's chunky cans. They're a little bigger than the regular soup cans. I think it'd work fine as long as the lid can come completely off (do you have one of those nifty can openers??)

(of course, you would also reduce your baking time, too)[/b]
These had the pull off tops.

Anybody remember when fruit cups and pudding cups had those...now it's all plastic for safety!!
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I'm not sure the pull offs work. They have that little "lip" on there, usually...
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