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    How to Use Yeast, Baking Soda, and Baking Powder

    Baked goods generally rely on a chemical leavener, baking soda, baking powder, or yeast for lift. Without some sort of leavener, most baked goods would be very dense and very flat. When shopping, make sure to check the expiration dates and be conscientious about how to store them in the kitchen. Baking Soda Baking soda, also known as bicarbonate of soda, is an ALKALI used as a leavener in baked goods. When combined with an acid ingredient such as buttermilk, yogurt, or molasses, baking soda produces carbon dioxide gas bubbles, thereby, causing a dough or batter to rise. It also neutralizes acidity and produces tender baked goods. Because it reacts…

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    15 Ideas to Help Your Baking Skills Rise

    I categorize baking and cooking as two different techniques, mainly because, I typically do not get excited about baking. However, baking is one of the most wholesome and therapeutic hobbies out there. You learn new skills, have plenty of fun, and impress your guests at dinner parties if you are a really good baker. Whether you’re totally new to baking or you’ve already got a few tricks up your sleeve, these tools and tips will help you make progress with your baking adventures. 9 Apps for Improving your baking skills Baking Recipes The Baking Recipes app is the perfect tool to improve your baking game! From classic recipes to new…