It will depend on the recipe, however, you can use high altitude flour to help with any issues that may happen.
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My family has been living in the Uncompahgre Valley for over 110 years. I learned to bake, can, and preserve food from both my grandmothers. You can find me supporting local food at my family’s Farmers’ Market booth every (other) Saturday in Centennial Plaza from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., or, you can follow my sewing and crafting adventures on Instagram @bbtcal.
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Will the Montrose Library be planning to have in person classes staring in the fall?
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