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Old 18-08-2004, 03:42 PM
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Hi, everybody.
Can anyone tell me where to find 14" & 16" spring form? The biggest size
that I can find is 12". Thanks in advance!




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Hi, everybody.
Can anyone tell me where to find 14" & 16" spring form? The biggest size
that I can find is 12". Thanks in advance!


If you can't find springform pans in those sizes, you might consider
removable bottom pans.


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Hi, everybody.
Can anyone tell me where to find 14" & 16" spring form? The biggest size
that I can find is 12". Thanks in advance!


If you can't find springform pans in those sizes, you might consider
removable bottom pans.


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Old 20-08-2004, 12:07 AM
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Thank you Vox for you reply. I like spring form much better. If I really
can't find one, I'll consider buying removable bottom ones.

JK


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"JK" wrote in message
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Hi, everybody.
Can anyone tell me where to find 14" & 16" spring form? The biggest

size
that I can find is 12". Thanks in advance!


If you can't find springform pans in those sizes, you might consider
removable bottom pans.




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Thank you Vox for you reply. I like spring form much better. If I really
can't find one, I'll consider buying removable bottom ones.

JK


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"JK" wrote in message
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Hi, everybody.
Can anyone tell me where to find 14" & 16" spring form? The biggest

size
that I can find is 12". Thanks in advance!


If you can't find springform pans in those sizes, you might consider
removable bottom pans.






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Old 20-08-2004, 12:48 AM
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Thank you Vox for you reply. I like spring form much better. If I really
can't find one, I'll consider buying removable bottom ones.


I looked and couldn't find any in that size, so I suggested the removable
bottom pans. I have some large ones, often sold as cheese cake pans, that
work fine. I wonder is the reason they don't seem to make large spring form
pans is that they aren't stabile?


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"JK" wrote in message
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Thank you Vox for you reply. I like spring form much better. If I really
can't find one, I'll consider buying removable bottom ones.


I looked and couldn't find any in that size, so I suggested the removable
bottom pans. I have some large ones, often sold as cheese cake pans, that
work fine. I wonder is the reason they don't seem to make large spring form
pans is that they aren't stabile?




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