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Why we hate powdered sugar, and how to make a glam glazed lemon loaf without it

Hate is a vile habit. It provokes sore feelings and tribal tendencies and war - all best avoided. Yet I admit: I hate powdered sugar.

I'm aware it's sugar, powdered. It's also cut with cornstarch, to curb clumping. It may sound innocent, but

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