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Summary

You may be familiar with the term baker's dozen. A smart baker will always add an extra muffin, cookie, or whatever to the batch. If one of the cookies burns or falls apart (or gets eaten by the baker), there's always an extra to make a complete dozen. In this way, the baker plans for the unpredictable. Why not bake an extra cookie or two when you've gone to all the trouble of mixing up an entire batch? Sometimes, the extra cookie is needed; sometimes it isn't.


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