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 What does the big T and little t used in baking mean?

Answer BIG T: Tablespoonlittle t: teaspoon
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Is it possible to make a cake without baking soda or baking powder if so can you give a recipe please?

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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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How to Replace Baking Powder With Cream of Tartar & Baking Soda?

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Baking soda/Baking powder for teeth whitening?

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