Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Store Baking Powder In The Fridge

We can find it in almost every house. After all, who doesn’t have baking powder at home to make a cake?

It can be orange, chocolate, banana or any other flavor, the fact is that a nice cake needs a good baking powder to get all soft and fluffy, right?

The problem is that many people still store their baking powder in the fridge after using it.

So, in today’s video, you will learn why you shouldn’t leave your baking powder in the fridge. D

Do you know what baking powder is made of? The chemical one is usually made of an acid, a base, and a complement, like baking soda and cornstarch.

While making the batter, the baking powder causes carbon gas (or carbon dioxide) bubbles that make the batter grow and make the cake soft and fluffy.

This process happens when we gently mix the batter with our hands, due to the humidity of the other ingredients, and also in the oven.

But what many people don’t know is that you shouldn’t store your baking powder in the fridge!

So, if you use this ingredient in your kitchen, know that some care is needed to keep it good when storing it.

Want to learn more?

Now tells us, did you know this was the reason your cakes never rose?



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