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Common name for unicellular ascomycetes, including that used in baking

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What economic importance do some ascomycetes have?

Ascomycota is a phylum of fungi. They are of great economic importance: some ascomycetes serve as food for man. Yeasts are used in the baking and brewing industry. some ascomycetes are parasites to plants and animals. They destroy plants and crops.


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Which fungi exists in a multicellular or a unicellular form?

Some types of yeast are unicellular while others are multicellular. Yeasts have been used over the years to produce carbon dioxide in baking and alcohol.


Common baking terms and processes?

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What is the difference between Bicarbonate of soda Baking soda and Baking powder?

Soda, Sodium, and Baking"Baking soda" is a common name for sodium bicarbonate, a common alkali. "Bicarbonate of soda" is another common name, substituting "soda" for "sodium." The term "bicarbonate of baking soda" is also used in some contexts, although it is not common and may be considered redundant."Baking powder," on the other hand, is a leavening agent that includes baking soda, among other ingredients.(See the Related Links for more information.)


What is the common name for sodium bicarbonate?

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Why does baking soda have sodium bicarbonate in it?

Baking soda is the common name of sodium bicarbonate.


Is Baking soda a common acid?

No, Baking Soda or Sodium Bicarbonate is not an acid. It is alkaline


Do you change baking powder when multiplying cake recipe?

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What are 2 most common leavening ingredients in cookie recipes?

Cookie recipes vary in content. However, the two most common leavening agents found are Baking powder and Baking soda.


What is the pH level of common baking powder?

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What does oil do in baking?

Oil helps baking be moist. If the oil is left out, the baking can be extremely dry. Bakers can substitute many forms of oil including butter and shortening.


What is the price of baking soda?

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What is baking powders chemical called?

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What are common uses of yeast?

Yeast can be used for baking. It can be used for making beer and other things but primarily in baking.


What is the most common leavening agent used in quick bread?

It's usually either baking powder or a combination of baking powder and baking soda (it depends on the recipe.)


Where did baking soda get its name?

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What is the common name of baking soda?

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Enumerate and give the use of baking tools and equipments?

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