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“Not all cookie doughs need to be chilled. Most cookies have a little downtime before they’re baked, to relax the gluten. Just don’t bake chilled dough unless the recipe calls for it. You can refrigerate just about any dough, but bring the dough back to room temperature before baking.”

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“All-butter cookies get stale pretty fast because they have a higher moisture content, which means they can quickly dry out. Make sure you have airtight containers and that you use different containers for different types of cookies. If you’re going to be storing cookies for more than a few days, freeze them. Cookies freeze really well. Freeze the dough. Just defrost the dough and bake them. Bar cookies freeze really well, already baked. Just cut them into the shape you want, and freeze them.”

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McDonald's newest snack, raw cookie dough beware, a worthy/unworthy tourist attraction, the cockroach business, and our country's richest counties (hint: they're all in one location)..... ALL OF THAT on today's 5 To Know with Nat Cardona!

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When making bread or other foods requiring raw dough, make sure to let the dough rise in a safe place (not in your dog’s stomach). When consum…