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According to David Lebovitz: Because natural cocoa powder hasn’t had its acidity tempered, it’s generally paired with baking soda (which is alkali) in recipes. Dutch-process cocoa is frequently used in recipes with baking powder, as it doesn’t react to baking soda like natural cocoa does. So, if you're using non-Dutched (natural) cocoa, you can use ...


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This is the same user who asked if vegetable juices could stop bread from rising. Dude...yes. I'll try to break this down again...There's probably a combination of things happening: your veggie slurry pH is not condusive for yeast function, the enzymes in the vegetable matrix are being unleashed and working(because you juiced them, and exposed them to ...


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I would suggest that you use corn meal, for the constituency and texture. Here is a recipe link that I think will answer all of your questions including how to cook. http://www.alwaysorderdessert.com/2014/03/homemade-corn-flakes-cereal.html Back in 2009 the bbc in the uk aired a tv programme called jimmys food factory, which explored ways of making ...



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