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Very interesting Bob, thanks for sharing. I remember as a kid my grandma making the most delicious biscuits I've ever eaten to this day. Bob Evans has some pretty acceptable biscuits.
 

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Cracker Barrel makes some fine biscuits also. Mine aren’t bad although at a buck a can I buy aldis flaky layers and they aren’t bad either. It takes me at least 10 minutes to work up a batch with butter cut into them and I don’t know about you but I don’t work for 6 bucks an hour not including ingredients. Although they are more like a bread than a true biscuit...
 

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The only items for biscuits is Hudson Cream self rising flour and buttermilk. A little oil in an cast iron skillet.
Worked for my mother for 70 years and still works for me the past 40 years.
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I use melted butter instead of oil.😁
 

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Linda has been wanting some of my homemade biscuits, think I'll go make some now.🤗
 

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When my wife discovered a certain brand of whomp biscuits that was it for home made biscuits. I have to say my mother made great biscuits as did my mother-in-law and my wife learned to make them just as good but the whomp biscuits are right up there with them and so much easier.
 

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Had to look that up. Whomp biscuit. Funny...
 

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Deep down I knew what this article shared. Years ago I was able to find and used White Lily exclusively. The source dried up and I switched brands.

I’ve got an ag science degree and learned the difference in wheat decades ago. But we were led to understand all purpose flour was soft wheat. Decades ago...

No distribution north of essentially the Mason Dixon line. I can quit looking I guess.


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Had to look that up. Whomp biscuit. Funny...

My wife always called them whomp ‘em biscuits too. Had never heard the term before her.


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