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Sweater sauces and marmalades with Baking Soda

Baking Soda for Baking

Sweater sauces, marmalades, jams and compotes

Characteristic acidity of the tomato sauce, can be hidden by adding a pinch of sugar. Even simpler is that in a sauce is added at the end of the cooking a pinch (or according to the taste) of sodium bicarbonate.

Similarly, excess acidity in the home-cooked marmalade, jam or compotes could be neutralized by adding a pinch (or more if desired) of baking soda at the end of cooking.

Tips:

  •     In tomato sauce, add at the end of the cooking a pinch (1-2 grams) of baking soda.

  •     In the marmalade, jam or compote at the end of cooking add the pinch (1-2 grams) of baking soda (or according to the taste).




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Preparation of refreshing sparkling drinks

Sodium bicarbonate is ideal for the preparation of refreshing soft drinks and it simultaneously neutralize the excessive acid taste.

Tip:

    Add half a teaspoon of baking soda add in a glass of fruit juice or lemonade.

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