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The Science of Baking

Ever wondered how your oven can transform a pale blob of dough into a crisp, brown sugar cookie? Or a pan full of gooey batter into a fluffy cake? It's not magic. Well ... maybe it's a little magical, because all cooking is one part art, especially when it comes to inventing new recipes and baked treats (like cake pops). The other part, of course, is science. That's the part that does all the browning, crisping and batter fluffing. It's all explained in our fun and informative infographic.

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