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 Types of water used in baking?

Answer Depending on the sensitivity of the recipe, you can use regular tap water, or spring water, and you could also use distilled water, which is supposedly the "purest".
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What are the market types of water used in baking?

If the tap water in your area is bad, use bottled water. I would guess that is what bakeries, big and small, use if their water tastes bad or has too many chemicals in it.
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A bowl full of water around a cheesecake while it's baking work the same way as baking it in a waterbath?

My oven has a deep-dish tray that goes in the shelf space, so I can fill that with water and put in the cheesecake. I think the problem with the bowl idea is that it's hard to balance the cheesecak... Read More »
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Types of Baking Hams?

Hams are one of the most favored parts of the pig, with tender meat and succulent flavor. Holidays such as Christmas and Easter are traditional times for serving ham, but it is a delicious choice a... Read More »
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Ways Water Is Used in Baking Bread?

Baking bread is a methodical practice that can produce a food using whole, nutritious ingredients. Water is a significant component of a loaf of bread as it helps to keep the consistency and loftin... Read More »
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