Subject: Why doesn't a cake work when you switch the direction of mixing?
Date: Tue Dec 14 09:25:44 1999
Posted by D!
City: Floripa State/Province: SC
Area of science: Chemistry
People say that if you switch the direction of mixing a cake (clockwise to
anticlockwise, for example), it doesn't grow up well. I couldn't find any
reasonable explanation for this. Is this true? Why?
Re: Why doesn't a cake work when you switch the direction of mixing?
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