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Wax paper


A type of paper with a waxed surface on one side that is used for wrapping foods for storage. It can also be used to line cake pans to keep the cake batter from sticking to the pan. The paper typically is sold in rolls but there are pre-cut squares available from food service equipment providers.
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Substitute for wax paper

Parchment paper (for lining baking sheets and cake pans) OR plastic wrap (for food wrapping, non-heat applications) OR aluminum foil for food wrapping.

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