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I've asked several women this question and no one seems to know the answer. When a recipe calls for flour but doesn't specify self-rising or all-purpose flour, how do you know which one to use? —L.C., East Bernstadt, Kentucky
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Polenta is a popular Italian dish made from cornmeal. It has a mild flavor and can be eaten as a…
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