thanks and last question (hopefully). Do I pre-bake my pie crust for pumpkin pie?
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It wouldn't hurt. Just keep an eye on it -- you don't want the crust to be overcooked.
You don't have to in order to make a tasty pie. There's enough to do today.
Ugh too late. But you have a good point, thank you!
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