A reader asks if switching blenders will help stop unwanted segregation in an ingredient mixture of free-flowing powders. Columnist Peter Holman explains that free-flowing powders tend to be more susceptible to segregation so blending probably isn't causing the problem. Holman offers tips on diagnosing what is causing the problem and how to alleviate it.
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