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The Tools Of Bread Baking

The idea of being self employed may be appealing but you may be second guessing your ability on how to start your own small business from home. However, many people have found their niche on how to run a small business from home including baking.

Plenty of people like to eat freshly baked food especially in the morning for their breakfast. Unfortunately, not many people actually like or have the time to bake themselves. This is where your baking business from home would come in extremely handy.

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.

One of the most popular and highly rated automatic bread machines is the Panasonic SD YD250 Bread Machine. 70% of the people who own it rank this bread maker with a 5-Star rating (almost 600 people were surveyed). There are a multitude of reasons why people absolutely love this machine – and you will too!

Unlike flours, baking powder and baking soda are NOT interchangeable. Baking soda does not contain any acids to activate it during baking. In recipes, it is typically paired with buttermilk, yogurt or molasses to make baked goods light and airy. Baking powder is a combination of baking soda and acid. “Double-acting” baking powder works twice; once when mixed with wet ingredients and then again during baking.

The revolving oven is also known as the revolution oven. This allows for more bakes as it revolves for an even bake. It is loaded in front as it rotates. It is especially popular for bagel batches.

Once the time is up you can rinse it off with some nice warm water. Use an essential oil like lavender or Rosehip to give extra benefits to the skin. This will also help to calm the skin after it has been ‘roughed up’ a bit shall we say?

Thankfully, I love to experiment with food so leaving my old ways of baking behind isn’t too painful. I could buy a bunch of cookbooks and follow someone else’s recipes, but where’s the creativity in that? I’ll post recipes on my website as I get them written down. In the meantime, here’s to baking without guilt!