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Oven spring:release of CO2 in to the surrounding gas cells?

I’m recently reading an article about bread science,and there is one section dealing with the physical changes of the dough during oven spring ,...
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Chocolate won't melt

I'm trying to melt some Belcolate Vietnam 45 milk chocolate, pictured below in order to make it easy I decided to just put some pieces in a small pot and put it in the oven at a low temperature (this ...
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Cracked oven proof dish - trying to understand the physics of what went wrong

I was baking bread for the first time in years the other day, and the instructions said put a baking tray full of water in the bottom of the oven. I didn't have a metal baking tray, so I put a ceramic ...
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How does ice cube bag work [closed]

An ice cube bag allows pouring water in and when turning an filled bag upside down, the bag seals itself. What is the physics behind it? Demonstration
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How does deglazing work?

If you put a steak or a chicken into a hot pan which is not completely non-stick, it is likely to stick to it a bit and leave a residue when you flip it. That is our fond. Later we deglaze the pan by ...
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