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 What are the market types of water used in baking?

Answer 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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Types of water used in baking?

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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Ways Water Is Used in Baking Bread?

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Can baking powder be used instead of baking soda for bread?

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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?

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