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TWCC142 – Bread and Cake When There are No Ovens to be Found, Episode 142

Today’s question comes from Melissa. She asks, ‘How do you bake in China without an oven?’

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In This Episode, We Talk About…

  • Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners using the toaster oven
  • Baking cakes and bread
  • Making stock for soups, homemade hummus, salsa, etc
  • Making ‘taco’ and fajita mix
  • Lack of DIY culture in China
    • Handicrafts emerging slowly
    • The emergence of ‘Maker’ movement
    • Most people don’t even have a toolbox at home

Episode Length 00:30:49

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Thanks for listening, guys! – Hollie & Nora

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