Last updated on June 21st, 2022.
You guys, I wrote a Baking Science Book!
2021 has been very busy here at One Sarcastic Baker’s test kitchen. I spent most of the year researching, experimenting, and writing recipes that explore and bring light to the magical world of BAKING SCIENCE.
What is the book about?
As we all know, baking is a very complex and delicate process; even the slightest change in the recipe or the wrong ingredient can echo into an epic disaster.
This is the first, one-of-a-kind Baking Science Book written for home bakers who want to better understand the process and elevate their baking.
This baking science book explores and dives deep into the process of baking and everything that it includes: ingredients, temperature, mixing process, ratios, chemical reactions, and more.
There are 45 recipes to showcase every scientific element it covers. The goal is to give you, the reader, a clear picture and a complete understanding of this process and to allow you to bake with confidence, troubleshoot a recipe and even create your own.
The book covers detailed explanations and illustrations of different scientific topics such as:
- Baking ingredients, their importance, and rule in baking. How to choose the perfect ingredients for your process.
- Emulsifications, what it is, how it works, and why it is essential to the baking process.
- Leaveners in baking why, how, and how much.
- Caramelization and browning, and the difference between the two.
- Ratios and mixing method, and how to tailor it to your desires.
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About the Author
My name is Dikla better known as Dee. I am the founder of One Sarcastic Baker and a Baking Science addict.
I am so happy that you stopped by and I would like to welcome you to my little humble world of baking. A world that is made of sweet, delicious, and fun recipes, sometimes simple, sometimes a bit complex but always full of love and passion.
Here we will explore, experiment, and explain the remarkable universe of baking science but with no equations…promise! (well, at least for now).
So grab an apron, or a pen and a piece of paper and join the fun!