Baking Miscellanous

We accompany the specialized product lines described in all other categories with a basic set of ingredients necessary to every baker. The best basic ingredients known and tested, in order to give a complete service to our bakery and pastry customers. Here you will find flours, yeasts, sweeteners, thickeners, eggs, salt, dough, and improvers among the main product groups.
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    Fire up your ovens to do all manners of baking, from muffins and quick breads to cookies and cakes. Many of our favorite recipes just wouldn’t be the same without cinnamon, clove...
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    In addition to their nutritional value, eggs can provide structure, leavening, richness, color, and flavor to baked products. The height and texture of baked goods is determined by the balance...
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    Flour is a powder made by grinding raw grains, roots, beans, nuts, or seeds. Flours are used to make many different foods. Cereal flour, particularly wheat flour, is the main ingredient of bre...
  • Sugars and Syrups
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    Sugar and syrups adds flavor and sweetness to our baked goods. There are types of sugar that even add a depth of flavor and lend a caramel-y taste like brown sugar. It keeps our baked goods so...
  • Treatments and Starch
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    When used in food, starch assists with texture, viscosity, gel formation, adhesion, binding, moisture retention and can be used as a fat substitute. It also works as a emulsifier, stabilizer, ...
  • Yeast and Baking Powder
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    Both baking powder and yeast help give baked goods that rise — but the process by which they do so is different. On the other hand, yeast feeds on the sugars in the flour, release carbon dioxi...

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