These baking tips will help you soar your way through the baking process and keep you calm while doing so, which will make your baking experience more enjoyable.
TOOTHPASTE. I always sprinkle a little baking soda on top of my toothpaste. (Just make sure that you brush GENTLY.) Although I’m a huge coffee-enthusiast, I have very, very white teeth-which I attribute in part to baking soda. I’ve been adding it to my toothpaste for almost 5 years now and haven’t experienced any damage; however, I *highly* encourage you to do your own research before trying this for yourself. Some people definitely have softer enamel than others, so this might not be an option.
Well, you’ll never have that happen to you with a “Baking Soda Bath Blast”. The treatment will keep you super dry from the moment you step out of the tub. I love it! Plus, baths are just a relaxing experience overall. Here’s how it goes.
In a pinch for some dry shampoo? Just sprinkle some near your roots, comb out and voila! Out of shampoo? Baking soda makes an excellent alternative to your store bought shampoo. Sprinkle it on, massage into your scalp, and rinse. Good as new. It’s especially good at removing any residue that your styling products may have left behind.
Once you become a master at the muffin, try out something with a raised dough, like an Irish soda bread. The baking classes online will explain to you how to get the ingredients prepared, join them together using the biscuit method, how to work the dough, and how to glaze, flour, shape and bake the bread for a archetypal result.
Of course if you are baking sans gluten, you have to add a substitute ingredient to hold things together. The best gluten substitute I know of is potato starch. Use about a tablespoon for each cup of gluten-free flour. Arrowroot starch is also a good alternative for baking and both of these starches are wonderful thickeners for sauces and soups.
There you have it–baking pans explained. Now you know the basics for how to choose the right baking pan no matter what you’re baking. You’re ready to face the kitchen and let it know who’s boss.