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You are making cookies that call for 3 tablespoons of molasses, but you are having trouble measuring out the thick, syrupy liquid. What could you do to make it easier to pour and measure this fluid?

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    heat it. In the spoon, grease it with shortening first, the molasses wont stick when you pour it out of the spoon into the batter.

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    Use butter to make it easier to pour

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