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Mimi or any other cookie experts...have you ever used baker's ammonia
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Posted to Thread #14677 at 6:39 pm on May 4, 2009
in baking any of your baked goods, and do you think subbing baking soda and baking powder would work? I went to Cook's Thesaurus and looked up baker's ammonia and that is what they said you could sub. I was just wondering if anyone else has ever used this. Thanks!
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Other messages in this thread:
- 14677. Mimi or any other cookie experts...have you ever used baker's ammonia - Dawn_MO - 6:39pm on 05/04/09 (6)
- Dawn, I had an aunt who used it on an Italian cookie years ago--she swore it made a difference. [NT] - charlie - 7:02pm on 05/04/09
- one of my Grandma's Xmas cookies used this in a German recipe. I know they used to buy - AngAk - 9:04pm on 05/04/09
- I did for some cookies from Norway. It dissipates after opening the package, so be warned. - MarilynFL - 1:27am on 05/05/09
- Wow I'm late to this...no, I've never used it! [LINK] - Mimi - 2:48am on 05/05/09
- My mom used to use it in some cookies she made at Christmas time. - Dawn_MO - 12:30pm on 05/05/09
- Would be interesting to compare the two. Please report back! [NT] - Mimi - 1:18pm on 05/05/09