Subject: What does the addition of baking soda to carmalized sugar do?
Date: Wed Aug 18 16:14:48 1999
Posted by Paula
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When using sugar syrups (such as peanut brittle or carmel corn) after
boiling the syrups down it always calls for baking soda at the very end of
the process. Why? What does this do? I understand its purpose in baked
goods but not in carmalized sugar. Thanks, I've looked every where for
Re: What does the addition of baking soda to carmalized sugar do?
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