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Re: baking dirt


I have a couple of dirt baking instructions saved. The first says to dampen 
bake for an hour or two at 300 degrees. The second says (fairly moist) at 250 
degrees for 1 1/2 hours. (covered)

I have some questions. Is it OK to recycle your pro-mix? Is this when you 
bake it (when it has been previously used)? Should I discard used mix and 
bake fresh? 

Hope this is of some help!

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