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Read just about any cookie recipe, and you'll see baking soda in the list of ingredients. But why is it there, and how does it work? We look at the science of baking soda as it relates to cookies, and how to adjust amounts to get exactly the results you want.
Spencer Lewis saved to F O O D
And National Cheese Pizza Day I am about to share something with you - I've always loved math and science - they were my favorite subjects in school, well next to art class and mechanical design. Go figure! Anyhow, I am so delighted to share with you an infographic created by the wonderful folks at Shari's Berries on the science of baking! It's quite cool information! Science of Baking Infographic Have you ever wondered why something you baked didn't turn out right, this infographic breaks…
- • 1 Basil, dried
- • 1 Pizza sauce
Baking & Spices
- • 3 1/2 cups All-purpose flour or bread flour, Unbleached
- • 1 Corn meal
- • 1 Filling
- • 3/4 tsp Salt
- • 1 tbsp Sugar
- • 2 1/2 tsp Yeast
Oils & Vinegars
- • 2 tbsp Olive oil, Extra Virgin
Bread & Baked Goods
- • 1 Crust
- • 1 Mozzarella cheese and provolone cheese
- • 1 1/3 Plus luke-warm water
Qwan Nettles saved to Knowledge of a Cook
Summer Stone is back to share some insight on how fat affects our cakes… determining once and for all if a butter cake is really a better cake. A comparison of butter, oil, shortening and margarine.
Pretty Sweetz saved to Baking 101
Why bother to take the time and patience to chill your cookie dough? I'm sharing with you the SCIENCE behind 'marinating' your cookie dough so you get cookies just as good as the bakery ones!
Desiree Craig saved to cookies!
Learn the science of baking with this complete cake guide that includes tips to help you bake perfect cakes with properly measured ingredients that react to create the chemical reactions cakes need to rise and bake! With these baking basics, you'll be able to master cake baking in no time.
Jamie M saved to Sweet Treats
Though chemistry teachers might have to regularly field questions about the chemistry of ‘Breaking Bad’ these days, baking bread is probably more likely to figure on a list of their recreational ac…
Alexa Shea saved to Breads
Learn how to create a great cake recipe using the "Baker's Formula". Learn how to make a cake that is moist, tender and stable with baking science.
Jackie Taylor saved to Cakes
All About Eggs in Baking Lesson Overview: In today's lesson we are reviewing the function of eggs in baking! Eggs are absolutely essential in traditional
The Function of Sugar in Baking Lesson Overview: Today we are diving in deep into the sweet stuff, sugar! When we think about how ingredients function in
Jennifer Warren saved to Recipes