Jun. 27th, 2012

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Back when we were more broke than we are these days (not to say we aren't still broke to some degree, and isn't everyone?), my job was to research the ultra-cheap. Alas, that's not always the ultra-convenient, though your mileage may vary when it comes to that. It was a self-given profession. I had the internet, I had kids, and I had a duty to keep myself from packing the diaper bag whenever I could avoid it. I made mayonnaise from scratch one time just to avoid packing both kids and the bag into the car to drive a mile to the grocery store. I made tortillas for the same reason. That, kids, was a disaster. But let me tell you, I learned a lot in those years about creating things I couldn't have before. Hell, I learned how to make paper out of dryer lint.

That was probably the line.

But since I've lost my own original links to those pages, those recipes, I am going to present to you, wholesale, this great web page dedicated to homemade cake mix and variations. The mix makes several cakes, and that's what I'd shoot for. If you have to pull ingredients out every time, then just make cake from scratch right? So here you go:

Cake mix and variations.


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