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I find all this fascinating. I was thinking about men, who, during my generation
and before were routinely not allowed to cook, and are fairly (the many I know)
incompetent in the kitchen. What are we doing wrong as writers?
David Berg wrote:
I personally know of two adults who put "brown and serve" rolls in the oven,
> complete with the plastic bag. They must not have been the only folks to do
> it...lately I've seen the instructions on the back that TELL you to take the
> rolls out of the bag first.
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