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75 Sq. Ft. Reynolds Cut-Rite Wax Paper

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Amazon has 75 Sq. Ft. Reynolds Cut-Rite Wax Paper for $1.41 -> Now $1.51 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free while subscribe & save is available. Thanks SpenceMcGin

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Amazon.com has 75 Sq. Ft. Reynolds Cut-Rite Wax Paper on sale for $1.26 >Now $1.51 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free while subscribe & save is available.

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Note, you may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships. Select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu to get traditional S&S checkout instead of adding to your cart.

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You can bake with it if it is entirely covered by the food product- like lining a cake pan with it and then pouring cake batter in over it. Nowadays parchement paper is more commonly used for this purpose though.

If rolling out cookie or pie crust wax paper is great- one layer under the dough and one between the dough and rolling pin and there's no need for extra flour to prevent sticking.

It can also be used if a something needs to be chilled for one reason or another, especially if it's a cookie dough that will be sliced later- it's pretty easy to shape the dough into a log, wrap the waxed paper around it and press it tight and secure the ends- then once the recommended time has passed it'll be already in the shape needed and it'll be easy to get out of the paper.
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Costco parchment paper comes in a box with flat large sheets
Once using Costco above can't go to any other product
It's superior to anything coming in a roll
Good for baking

No going back
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(inside the kitchen) Wax is whack. Parchment paper from Sams Club/Costco FTW
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Wife was cleaning out kitchen for the new year and asked if I ever used our roll of wax paper. I said I couldn't remember the last time I used it so we threw it out. I use parchment paper all the time, though.
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Does Amazon ever have aluminum foil on sale.
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Thanks, OP. Got the digital credit too, deal!
S&S and Digital Credit?
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My ignorance needs to ask (there are probably others wondering also I hope), what are the top uses for this if not baking? I always thought that was the main use
I use it in woodworking - to prevent wood glue from sticking to clamps and cauls.
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Target $1.59 - 5% = $1.51. Saving $0.11 is FP?
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Does Amazon ever have aluminum foil on sale.
You are so off topic! LOL I don't think so.... i mean sure they are, but I don't think they're ever slick enough to make it on here.

As for not baking with wax paper... My entire family thought that's what you make with, until it smoked like crazy. I forewarned them and they pointed at the box telling me it says USE FOR BAKING (like in the multi uses someone else has posted on here). Needless to say the whole store smoked up and i ended up being right.... Definitely if you're baking use parchment paper (unless, like someone has said, you cover the paper completely).

Wanted to say TY to the folks who reccomended parchment paper at Sams and/or Costco.... I was buying them at Publix (retardedly expensive), thinking it's a specialty item or something. I go through that like water on some months. To use so fish patties don't stick to the disk, or to use for burger patties, or to use when I don't want anything sticking to my bowl/plate.
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I have no clue, I was just answering the op's question.
No, you told him HOW to find the answer. Your smug azz did not actually answer his question.
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I use it to wipe my butt.
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No, you told him HOW to find the answer. Your smug azz did not actually answer his question.
I'm "Smug" because I told him to checkout the manufacturer's answers to his question?
Cool story, bro.
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Target $1.59 - 5% = $1.51. Saving $0.11 is FP?
The deal is to have it slow shipped with the $1 credit.

We use it to line the bottom of a container when making rice krispies treats. Makes separating and clean up so much easier.
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Need a deal on parchment paper. Wax paper seems pretty obsolete now that I've started using pp
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