leavening


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Synonyms for leavening

an agent that stimulates or precipitates a reaction, development, or change

Synonyms for leavening

an influence that works subtly to lighten or modify something

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a substance used to produce fermentation in dough or a liquid

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Canadian bakers interested in Cal-Rise or other leavening phosphates from Innophos should contact Jack Vedder, Account Manager, Canada, at (416) 920-9233 or John Brodie, Technical Service Manager, Bakery, at (609) 366-1235.
As well as texture, the trials also investigated the sensory properties of tortillas containing Cal-Rise and other leavening agents.
To provide leavening or control acidity/alkalinity.
Dissatisfied by the quality of bread available, they introduced a commercial yeast product with a remarkable leavening power.
Nasdaq: IPHS), a leading North American specialty phosphates producer, today announced plans for the expansion of its Nashville, Tennessee facility for the production of its specialty leavening acid CAL-RISE.
They determined that under optimal storage conditions, it appears that baking powder retains its functionality as a leavening agent for many years and can be included in applications requiring long-term food storage.
Leavening the compositions are homely smatterings of paint that owe more to AbEx than anything we've yet seen from this artist.
The Acids and Bases in Foods; Risers -Leavening and Leavening Agents; Changers - The Effects of Enzymes on Food; Supporter - Gluten, Flour's Supporting Protein; Easy Chewing - The Changes in Supportive Structures in Foods; Liquid Nutrient - Why Milk is an Important Food; Chunky - How Dairy Products are Made; Good to Bad - Why Foods Spoil; Long-lasting - How to Make Food Last; Appendix: Anthycyanin Indicator; Followed by a Subject Index.
Baking ammonia, an old-fashioned leavening agent and predecessor to today's baking soda and baking powder, is also known as ammonium carbonate.
He examines and discusses oxidants and reducing agents, emulsifiers, surfactants, leavening agents, yeast, gluten and gums.