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        Q: Can you make angel food cake in a square pan?
A: I do hate to disendorsed Miz T , but you certainly DO NOT need a pan with a hole in the mid . While I has never endeavoured an angels cake in a 13x9 pan , I do bake them solely in loaf pans these days . Not solely do you get easier slices , three 8 inch loaf pans give me the accurate numbers of slices I required for an angels cake dessert I often make .   If using loaf pans , use two 9-inch or 3 8-inch .   Bake 9 inch loaves for 35-4five minutes .   Bake 8 inch loaves for 28-38 minutes .   Be persuaded that cracking is extremely dried before removing from oven .   Cool the loaves on their side .    Added : From the Betty Crocker website :   Step 1  Move oven rack to middle stance . Heat oven to 350°F .   Step 2  Beat cake mixing and 1 1/4 cups cold water in extra-large glass or metal bowl with electrical mixer on low speeding thirty seconds ; beating on medium speeding one minute . Pour into 2 ungreased loaf pans , 9x5x3 inches , or 3 ungreased loaf pans , 8 1/2x4 1/2x2 1/2 inches .   Step 3  Bake 9-inch pans 35 to forty-5 minutes , 8 half-inch pans twenty-8 to 38 minutes , or till top is dark golden brown and cracking feel very dried and not sticky . Do not underbake . Immediately turn each pan on its side on heatproof surface and let remainder till totally cool . Run knife around edges ; remove from pans .    http : //www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/ange ... 

Q: What is the end of a loaf of bread?
A: The end of a loaf of bread continues to be breading and you are able use it for anything you would use the rest of the loaf for . The only variance is that it has more crust . 

Q: Loaf of bread in 1933?
A: Almost . Bread makers whenever they slice the loaves of breading actually crush them and fluff them back up into shape . The machinery they use does this automatically . We on the other hand have n't got the this machines in our kitchens . If you find your bread has been crushed , if not too badly , you are able 're trying straighten it by pressing on the two sides ( that were no crushed . subsequently 've got another person press the ENDS of the loaf towards one another till the loaf has been compressed about one/3 the way in length subsequently release the loaf and it should almost pop into shape . If this does n't work subsequently keep that loaf to make croutons , stuffing or bread crumbs .