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Top recipes and how to bake, pack and mail cookies. ... Another type of cookie
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that have a slightly chewy texture, like chocolate chip, oatmeal, snickerdoodles,
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Your Own Risk: "One of my favorite cookies I would never ... advises James
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May 8, 2014 ... tips on How to Ship Baked Goods in the mail! ... Especially when you open the
container everyday to grab a cookie and the moisture ... If you ship with USPS,
you can not only use the flat rate 2-day FREE boxes, but you can ...
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for Mailing! ... My sweet post office guy always gives me some.).
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Dec 13, 2012 ... Contain The Crumbs: You're bound to get a few crumbs and cracked cookies
even when mailing a batch of sturdy, well-chosen baked goods.