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5 Comments on “Legal

  1. mmm I think Japanese or Chinese would be just as useful as Spanish, but there is a huge poiltaupon of Americans that speak Spanish as a native language, so Spanish is fairly useful If you would rather take another language, it really won’t matter. I mean, it’s better to be interested in and devoted to a language that only a few people use then to be disinterested in another language, where you will most likely forget everything you’ve learned since you would push yourself away from the subject.So, I guess the answer is no.

  2. I am glad to gear you are making the tarts! As mentioned by the cookbook author, this custard is very tricky to make. I don't think you should bake it. Once the custard is in individual tart shell, it should thicken a little more when place in the fridge. Let me know how it goes.

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