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OWATONNA — To ring in the New Year and move forward with the anticipated building project, the Owatonna Arts Center will look to get the city council’s approval to go out for bids. Comments (0)
It’s the holiday season and people all around me have been baking goodies. As I have confessed in the past, I am not a baker. It’s not that I can’t bake, but I find measuring ingredients too labor-intensive. Silly, I know. For a while now, I have been hearing about almond and coconut flour as delicious, healthy substitutes for all-purpose flour. I decided I couldn’t promote their health benefits any longer without actually baking with them myself. So I buckled down, got out my measuring cups and mixer, and made some cinnamon sugar cookies with coconut flour (see recipe). It was a slow, messy process, but the end result was a soft, chewy, delicious cookie that I will share with family over the weekend. What is all the fuss about almond and coconut flours? Here’s the dish on the goods. Comments (0)
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