Tag Archives: Sodium Bicarbonate

Brief Overview Of Leavening Agents In Food Industry

By | June 15, 2018

Whenever you think about bakery products, your mind goes in the direction of the finished bakery products like bread, cookies, cakes and the list is so long. But have you ever tried to go behind the science of bakery products. If you go through the science behind the bakery products, that is much fascinating than… Read More »

Is Baking Soda An Acid Or Base?

By | April 3, 2018

Have you ever thought as to what turns the gooey mix into savory muffins? Well, we know that heat must have something to do with it, in view of the mix being kept in the oven, but what else is added to make it rise into an appetizing cake. There is a lot more to… Read More »

Making Biscuits – Biscuits From Scratch With Flow Chart

By | November 13, 2017

Sweet or salty, Soft or crunchy, Simple or exotic! Yes, it is the biscuit, one of the important snack used in every household. Today, though they are known by different names the world over, people agree on one thing – nothing beats the biscuit!  The history of biscuits is very old, and the recipe was… Read More »

Baking Powder Production-Business Plan,Machinery Details,Uses

By | May 10, 2017

Baking Powder is a mixture of baking soda(Sodium Bicarbonate), cream of tartar (a dry acid), and sometimes cornstarch. These days, most of the baking powder sold is double acting which means that the first leavening occurs when baking powder gets wet, like when you combine the dry and wet ingredients in the recipe. The second leavening… Read More »