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Oh, give everyone a break. Vivian is a wonderful cook and her show is great to watch. She is learning. We all are. Don't be a drag--she will learn about Worcestershire and of course, she likes cheese on hers--she is not a vegan or vegetarian. It's amazing to me how folks enjoy condemning someone because they don't have another's specific
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Should the 1 Tbsp. of cornmeal or semolina flour go in with the dough mix or is that just for sprinkling at the bottom of pan before the baking? Your first line says to mix all the ingredients together but it didn't look like you added it in your Kitchen Vingette video. Thanks!
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