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Posted: 12/06/2012 8:09:28 PM
my grandmothers spritz recipe calls for a "lump" of bakers ammonia.what does that equal?
Posted: 12/07/2012 07:39:26 AM
Baker's ammonia was used as a leavening agent similar to baking soda and baking powder. I did find a source online for it. If you paste this address into your browser, http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/items/bakers-ammonia-ammonium-carbonate-27-oz?utm_source=frooglecom&utm_medium=cse&utm_campaign=shopping&gclid=COu7yKKziLQCFcxAMgod6h0AvA , you should go right to the product. You can also substitute it with baking powder and baking soda. Substitute as follows: 1 teaspoon Baker's Ammonia = 1 teaspoon Baking Powder plus 1 teaspoon Baking Soda. This should produce a very similar product but it may not be as light or have as crisp a texture. Good luck with the recipe!
Can the starter and the juice from the fruit be frozen?
activity on 07/30/2015 08:32:30 AM
how many serving does this batch make ? 12?
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Instead of ounces, can we have it in mL or L please.
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Does anyone know what you are supposed to do with the cheese in this recipe. It doesn't say whether you grated, shred, chunk.
Where are the ingredients listed?
i see the recipe but don't understand about the graham crackers. is it a graham cracker crust that you put the other ingredients on top of it or do you mix the graham crackers with the other ingredients then press into the pan? do you crumble the crackers into the mixture.
activity on 01/20/2015 2:46:58 PM
What size baking pan for easy banana bars recipe do you use?
What sides did you make to go with this? Also when you put it in the oven to cook 10 min. did you turn it during that time? I just wondered because I didn't & i noticed when i turned it down the bottom was pretty much black.
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