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  • Importance Of Chemistry In Baking

    The Chemistry of Baking If there is one thing in the world that brings people together, it is food. No matter who a person may be, or what their background is, everyone can enjoy an excellently crafted dish. In particular, many people enjoy selections of pastries, sweets, and bread. There are hundreds to thousands of crafted desserts and bread around the world. When a person first bites into a macaroon, slice of asiago bread, or a perfectly-shaped chocolate chip cookie, they might not consider all that goes into their snack. What they might not know, or think to consider, is that baking is simply chemistry. Chemistry was originally brought to the attention of bakers to improve the art of their craft. In fact, there was an entire study done…

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  • Evaluating A Crafty Baking Website

    A Baking Website Have you ever searched the web for a baking website? Chances are you have, and when doing so there were certain criteria that you looked for that the site must follow in order for you to get best result. The website “Crafty Baking,” is the website to do just that. This site will meet just about any criteria that you have in mind, because it is very easy to browse with clear tabs and lists that allow you to find the information that you are looking for, and don’t leave out the…

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  • Chemistry Of Baking Research Paper

    When we first were signing up to choose our topics, I chose baking because I like to simply bake. I thought that there could be some chemistry involved due to heat in the oven changing food from liquid to solid. I was so wrong. Even though the oven and heat portion plays a major factor, a good portion of the real chemistry lies in the ingredients we use to make such delicious dessert treats and our different breads. From the ten different sources I looked up previously, for the Annotated…

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  • Baking Cookies Persuasive Essay

    Since the beginning of civilization, communities have always been formed. Neanderthals learned to survive in groups, no one man traveled by sea, and not one person can run a country by themselves. We all have our personal opinions, but not everyone is willing to sacrifice in order to see a “Greater Good”. It may not always be necessary, but at times it is better to be able to give up one thing, to make others better. Let’s look at school. You are in a group for Foods and your group is baking…

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  • Reliance Baking Soda Case Summary

    Case Study: Reliance Baking Soda Reliance Baking Soda (RBS) is a product that sets out to compete in categories dominated by household cleaners and private label brands. RBS customers are home economist, women aged 35-55—that appreciate the quality, consistency, and the flexibility of the product. While RBS is well known for its excellent brand awareness and loyalty, the RBS push strategies are relatively obscure and congested. Currently, the company struggles with raising the consumer…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Love For Baking

    This love for baking started when I came to live in college dorms with a kitchen because at home I was not able to bake any time for myself or family. I was not able to all the time because my mom did not allow us to bake. She thought we would burn ourselves. In college, stress is a factor so for me I found baking. Baking relaxes me the process of doing the batter then seeing the batter sponge up with a delicious smell. It is a small break from everything that is happening. It helps release some…

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  • Internet Of Things Strategic Analysis

    Because of high cost of Android tablet and related Internet services, the price of smart oven is much higher than the traditional type and is around $10,000 (Clark, 2014). Therefore, smart oven should take differentiation strategy. Mobile App services: Beside the basic function of baking food, users can download receipts through the app. These receipts are written by experienced chefs or other users. The receipts will be categorized by complexity from easy to hard, or by targeting people such as…

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  • Artisan Bread Case Study

    Question 1 Didier Sockeel defines artisan bread as, “bread that is made by artisan bakers using the best local ingredients with traditional techniques. This form of baking takes time and effort and there are no shortcuts” (Sockeel, 2018, para.2). He also mentions, “Using fresh ingredients and traditional techniques restrict how much bread a baker is able to produce in a given amount of time. The resultant bread has incredibly unique flavours and textures that you simply can’t find in regular…

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  • Personal Narrative: Pumpkin Cheesecake

    Last spring my organic seed supplier had a special on pie pumpkin seeds. Naturally, I decided to grow pie pumpkins for the first year ever. The five vines I planted produced over 100 pounds of pie pumpkins. This left me with a problem: I can only eat so many pumpkin pies. I can only give my neighbors and friends so many pumpkin pies. I did find the pumpkins work well in pumpkin soup (something I've eaten a lot of lately) but I still needed something different. I recently found it: pumpkin…

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  • Chocolate Cake Recipe

    Chocolate Cake Recipe A perfect chocolate cake recipe is not so easy to come by. Most people have tried several times to make a yummy chocolate cake recipe but failed after trying so many recipes. Chocolate cake can be made with chocolate and some other ingredients such as vanilla cream and sweeteners. Types of Chocolate Cake There are different types of chocolate cake. The most popular been: Chocolate layer cake Souffle cake Ding dong Traditional chocolate cake Fudge cake German chocolate…

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