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Ingredients

Knead to Know: Preservation

Preservation is the process of slowing down or preventing food spoilage.

Knead to Know: Gluten-free

Hydrocolloids absorb water and give consistency to the batter, trapping the gas cells produced by yeast.

Knead to Know: Flour

Sprouting is defined as the partial or complete germination of seeds and grains and has been linked to several nutritional benefits.

Knead to Know: Cooling

Vacuum cooling is a rapid evaporative technique that can be used for any product that has free water and whose structure will not be damaged by removal of such water.

Knead to Know: Sourdough

Sourdough and sour cultures have been used for baking since the time of the ancient Egyptians.

Knead to Know: Salt

Gluten development happens more slowly in the presence of salt.

Knead to Know: Sugar reduction

In addition to being a sweetening agent, sugar has other functions that create technological problems for product developers when reformulating.

Knead to Know: Vegan

Vegan diets are becoming more popular among consumers concerned about nutrition, animal welfare and environmental issues.

Knead to Know: Improvers

Standard bread improvers contain three main components:

Knead to Know: Egg replacers

Substituting eggs in baking is complex. 

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