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It is okay to use liquid measuring devices for dry ingredients. Liquid and dry measuring devices measure volume, which is the standard form of measurement for most baking recipes in the United States. A teaspoon of flour... More »

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One common instrument that measures the density of a liquid solution is a hydrometer. Hydrometers can be broadly classified into four types based on their function. These include lactometers, saccharometers, salinometers... More »

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Some of the best wearable step counters of 2015 include the Fitbit Zip, the Yamaha Power Walker and the Striiv Play, according Top Ten Reviews. These wearable devices record steps taken, calories burned and more. More »

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The function of flour in cooking or baking is to provide structure and texture through the formation of gluten. Flour is an important ingredient in breads, pastries and pasta and is used to thicken soups and sauces. More »

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Although baking soda is used commonly in cooking and baking, adverse effects such as increased blood pressure, low potassium, swelling of the feet and legs, and in extreme cases, alkalosis can occur. Baking soda can trig... More »

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Self-rising flour is flour that has been packaged with baking powder and salt already mixed in. Because it already includes baking powder, a leavening agent, self-rising flour does not need any other leavening agents add... More »

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According to Food.com, cooks and bakers can make self-rising flour at home by adding baking powder and salt to whole-grain flour. For every cup of whole-grain flour, a cook needs to add 1 1/4 teaspoons of baking powder a... More »

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