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Kit cat charcoal litter and/or

powdered milk of choice (if needed)

Include a cup of warm water in the pan to keep the charcoal

from burning.

Allow the pan to sit for a few minutes to allow the charcoal

to heat up.

Carefully pour the hot water into the cup. If you’re using

the same pan for two batches, you can use the same water

for both. You want the temperature of the water to be about

as hot as the temperature you’d heat a cup of water to boil

over on the stove.

Use a cup or spoon to stir the hot water in the pan for

a few minutes to get rid of any lumps. The lumps will

start to rise to the surface of the charcoal.

Use a slotted spoon to remove the clumps of charcoal.

When there are no more clumps, use the same slotted

spoon to remove all of the charcoal. It will still be

a bit gray in color, but it’s still safe to use.

If you’d like to use the charcoal for cooking, you

may add the charcoal to your grilling pan. Be sure to

make sure your pan is very hot before you add the charcoal

to it. If you are using a grilling pan that’s also

used for baking, you may add the charcoal to your grilling

pan before using it.

If you would like to use the charcoal for baking, simply

pour it out onto a baking sheet and let it cool. If

you’d like to use it for baking, be sure to heat your

oven to a temperature below 500° F.

Once the charcoal is cool enough to handle, you may grind

it as you wish. Be careful not to burn yourself when

grinding the charcoal. Also, you may grind the charcoal

more than once, but it’s best to use it within a week

or so of grinding it. You’ll find that the charcoal

gives off its nutrients faster after grinding.

If you grind it a lot, it will get dark and brittle.

You may then grind the charcoal into very fine dust

or you may simply mix it with some baking soda for

lighter-colored charcoal.

Grinding the charcoal makes it easier to absorb the

sugar and fat, which is often needed in baking recipes.

Grinding the charcoal may take a few minutes or it may

take a couple of hours.

I know how easy it can be to have a pile of leftover

charcoal in the garage or basement. I use the leftover

charcoal for my baking when I want to make some bread,

biscuits, cookies or waffles.

This is an excellent time of year for the use of

charcoal in your baking. In warmer months, the charcoal

used for cooking has a tendency to get too hot for baking.

In cooler weather, you may find that the charcoal can

be difficult to grind and add that extra boost to your

baking.

There are many different types of charcoal on the market.

I’ll just discuss some of the more common types

in this article.

White Vinegar, Vinegar and Oil

Charcoal

This type of charcoal is made from ground wood and contns

both oil and vinegar, which are the mn ingredients

in making the charcoal. The oil helps the vinegar to

burn much quicker than it would if you were to use just

vinegar.

Some of the most popular brands of this charcoal include

Pamela’s and Cascades. This is a good choice for

baking because you can easily buy it in packages of

6 to 12 pounds.

Although I don’t think this charcoal is needed for

cooking, you may use the oil and vinegar as a quick

solution to your cleaning problems.

If you have a small mess on your stove, you may add

a few drops of the oil and vinegar. Then you may use

a brush to sweep the mess into the pan of vinegar.

Let the mess dissolve. After that, you may pour off

any of the solution from the pan, wipe it down and

then use your stove.

There are also other types of charcoal that contn

oil and vinegar, such as Pam’s, Pam-Bryant’s and

Alkaline.

All of these charcoal brands contn oil and vinegar,

and all of them will burn. You’ll find it best

to use the charcoal in large batches because you may

not be able to control the amount of oil and vinegar

that it contns.

Pamela’s and Pam-Bryant’s Charcoal

I prefer to use Pamela’s and Pam-Bryant’s

for my baking. Both of these charcoal brands are

very fine and are made from ground wood.

If you can’t find a large bag of Pamela’s and

Pam-Bryant’s charcoal, I suggest that you start

with the 6-pound bag.

Cascades Charcoal

You can find Cascades charcoal in packages of 20 pounds,

40 pounds or a combination of the two. This charcoal

is usually made from coconut, palm or eucalyptus.

The best thing about Cascades charcoal is that it comes

in both bags and in bulk. If you only have a few pieces

of charcoal to use for baking, you may