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“So baking powder is a complete leavener, baking soda is half of a leavening combination.”
“Irish soda bread - or just soda bread, if you prefer - is a type of quick bread that uses baking soda as a leavener.”
“Luckily her grandma is a phone call away, and gave her the recipe for these Grandma's Toasted Butter Pecan Cookies, which Allison was surprised to discover have no egg or leavener.”
“I preferred this latter version -- note it is almost like a rolled thin shortbread as there is no leavener.”
“A pancake has more flour and less egg and includes a chemical leavener and sometimes butter, which adds to the cakiness.”
“You can add a teaspoon or two of baking powder if you wish for even more lift, but strictly speaking, chemical leavener is not necessary.”
“Sometimes a chemical leavener, baking powder or baking soda, is added to the batter to increase leavening.”
“You could add yeast to this as the leavener, but then it would be brioche, not cake.”
“Baking soda will do the same leavening, given sufficient acid to react with it, but I prefer double-acting baking powder, which contains its own acid, also releases gas when heated, and is a more consistent leavener.”
“It is actually more like a sweet bread than a cake because it is made with a yeasted dough instead of being leavened with a chemical leavener, such as baking soda.”
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