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Yes, substitute ground for fresh at a 1:6 ratio. The two
tastes are a bit different though, but I do this and it always comes out
Yes, substitute ground for fresh at a 1:6 ratio. The two tastes are a bit different though, but I do this and it always comes out tasting good.
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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