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heat-induced leavening agent

I was looking for info on using potash for leavening and came across this blog post https://hartkorn-gewuerze.de/blog/en/raising-agents-in-the-christmas-bakery-what-do-i-use-when/ which is from a ...
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What is the point of a "Friendship Bread" starter?

It is there for taste. The starter you describe is simply a kind of preferment. Since active yeast is added, and maintained overtime, I expect it will have a very strong yeasty-sourdoughy taste, much ...
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What is the point of a "Friendship Bread" starter?

I see Amish Friendship Bread recipes that create a starter with dry active yeast, but also notice that once they are active, they are kept active by feeding with flour, water, and frequently sugar. ...
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