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I tried Pillsbury and Nestlé Toll House ready-to-bake cookie dough rolls and found the difference is all in the texture

INSIDER Logo By insider@insider.com (Rachel Askinasi) of INSIDER | Slide 2 of 9: Both ready-to-bake logs of dough are sealed using metal twists, so the way I've come to open them is by cutting off one end.I poked a hole in both packages with my knife and was easily able to slice the Toll House plastic. I had to make several incisions in the Pillsbury package in order to get it open.

I thought Nestlé's package was easier to open than Pillsbury's.

Both ready-to-bake logs of dough are sealed using metal twists, so the way I've come to open them is by cutting off one end.

I poked a hole in both packages with my knife and was easily able to slice the Toll House plastic. I had to make several incisions in the Pillsbury package in order to get it open.

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