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THE FUNCTION OF FAT IN BAKING | butter, shortening, lard, oil

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Baking is easy and fun, and what better time thank now to learn how to bake. Its a great way to relax and unwind if you don’t mind clearing up after! The easiest thing to make is chocolate chip cookies.


Then you could step things up with cupcakes, then when you are feeling more confident, try some brownies. But the most important thing is: when you make ANYTHING from puff pastry, buy it. Its just too much of a hassle to make, and try to attempt it, you’ll probably want to give up baking. But this is about how to learn to bake so roll up your sleeves and get ready to learn

We are big fans of baking, and have had a life long passion, so I think it’s important that people learn to bake at home, rather then buying month old doughy cupcakes from a store. So watch these videos and learn how to bake easy.

Remember, start from the beginning of the course or else it wont really help, we found all the videos just to help you start and learn.



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Welcome back to baking school day 11! Today we are tackling the subject of the function of fat in baking! Fat is essential in keeping baked goods tender and moist but it also helps to leaven our baked goods. There are different types of fat: solid fats and liquid fats. The two types of fat function slightly differently in baking so let’s review each type! The recipe for the homework is in the written post.

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  1. Abbie Peyton says:

    Really useful information to use in my coursework GCSE x

  2. Unknown User says:

    Thanks for the copy

  3. Liza Gomes says:

    Great info.

  4. Jennifer Kan says:

    useful, is awesome

  5. madison king says:

    Good video

  6. Yay says:

    When making shortcrust pastry why is it better to use cold butter than softened butter, can you explain the science behind it please

  7. MVDynasty3 says:

    You're amazing 😊😊💙💙 thank you for sharing wisdom with us!

  8. Ueda Yuji says:

    Now, that’s a incredibly informative video!
    I mean, I’ve always wondered “why shouldn’t I just cut fat and make (diet) cakes instead?!”

    Now I see that fat is quite essential, not only for taste but texture and even visual.

  9. x I Kno Mekhi says:

    It was useful but I don’t wanna like

  10. Jessica Jessica Jessica says:

    My grandma's recipes call for Oleo. What is Oleo?

  11. Marilyn E says:

    Great video, lot of information. What would I use to make something crispy, like a cone?

  12. Jose Angel Garcia says:

    chingon buenisima info gracias saludos desde sonora., animo

  13. Bazeem Naveed says:

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  14. tbltoni says:

    Very informative. Thank you so much for sharing.

  15. SparksWillFly says:

    Brilliant explanation, thank you!!! new subscriber here. 😉

  16. Nagham Fouad says:

    Hell…thank you so much for the good advice.. can we use butter &oil mixture..at the same dough?
    Waiting you answer.. please

  17. Cram Txt says:

    Thanks baby 👶

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