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25 ingenious hacks for the amateur baker

The Daily Meal Logo By Syjil Ashraf of The Daily Meal | Slide 2 of 26: Baking is a science, and chemical reactions can be greatly affected by temperature. If your recipe calls for your ingredients to be warm, cool, chilled or room temperature, make sure they are so. When not specified, it’s best to go with room temperature, as ingredients are then easier to mix together for a uniform consistency.

Make sure your ingredients are at the proper temperature

Baking is a science, and chemical reactions can be greatly affected by temperature. If your recipe calls for your ingredients to be warm, cool, chilled or room temperature, make sure they are so. When not specified, it’s best to go with room temperature, as ingredients are then easier to mix together for a uniform consistency.

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