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This is hard to rate because it takes more than 1 day to complete...if you have the time and space it is a GRAT way to give to friends and it is also a great starter batter to make so many variations fo the cake....TASTE: it is WONDERFUL and if there are young childern it is fun to add the ingredients when they come home from school and gives them a feeling of being a "BAKER" with PRIDE!! I use this around the holidays..
I can't tell you how many times I've made this and it's never come out bad. In my opinion it's more like a pound cake. You can add just about any of your favorite things...raisins chocolate chips and nuts are only a few suggestions. The pudding helps but I've left it out when I didn't have any. It didn't ruin it at all. And you can always freeze a cup of the "starter" for another time. I've done this before and the end result still came out fine. The fact that it makes 2 loaves you can always share one.
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