i guess it depends on what the 'substance' is, and then according to that you can see what would be the appropriate liquid to add
that's what i think :)
Okay what if the substance is cookie dough...then what could i add?
What liquid did you use to make the dough? Many times the dough is meant to be thick and therefore very sticky. The following is a video where the dough is rolled out between parchment. I always used wax paper. That way you can turn the dough easily and even flip it over! You don't want to "work" the dough too much and make it "tough."
I used water and eggs.The dough did not turn out to be a good consistency so I'm debating over whether or not I should add more water or add milk or something...i have NO clue.
i think cookie dough uses egg, which would probably be the best thing to add. i'm not so sure about water
milk could also do
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