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    A question for any of you bakers. If you use non-stick baking tins do you grease them or not?

    Alice
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  • #2
    I do yes, probably don't really need to just habit I suppose

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    • #3
      Yes as I have always found they may be non-stick but a light greasing makes the cakes come out easier.

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      • #4
        I do too, albeit very lightly.
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        • #5
          I grease mine lightly and then dust them with flour before baking. Tap the tin upside down to remove excess flour though
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          • #6
            I grease the edges of the tins and have that plasticky stuff to line the bottom, which is washable and reusable. I have had problems in the past where the non-stick is not that non stick and some of the cake is left in the tin. Better safe than sorry as far as I'm concerned.
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            • #7
              I do - I use a Lakeland special non-stick product (can't remember the name) that's brilliant.
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              • #8
                I always crease the tins lightly, because you never know!! I also line the bottom with greaseproof paper. Or better still I use a paper liner then you dont need to grease.
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                • #9
                  Hi, I use teflon baking sheets, you can cut them to size and and reuse them hundreds of times!!

                  I also use the same stuff for fimo.

                  You can buy it on Ebay in my shop or it is available from most cookware shops.

                  Otherwise grease tins first as the others have said.
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                  • #10
                    if i'm baking cakes i always grease and line my tins =)

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                    • #11
                      I dont - but as all baking in our house is Gluten Free you tend not to need to - even with old untreated bakeware..

                      Before the switch, I always greased/floured a tin - even if making pastry.. and the loaf tin liners (Lakeland) or their greaseproof discs for putting in the bottom of round tins are really great too.

                      Some of the better non stick says it is dishwasher safe, but I would oil or grease any tin I had put through the dishwasher!!

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