• 7 Benefits of Baking Soda for Hair, Skin and Body
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    7 Benefits of Baking Soda for Hair, Skin and Body

    Baking soda is a powdery chemical compound made for cooking and cleaning. Yet, it also offers a lot of benefits for our health. Are you suffering from annoying skin problems? Does your body odor affect your confidence? Do you have a chronic fungal infection, which does not seem to go away? Baking soda can be a single solution to these pesky problems. In this video, you will learn about the awesome benefits that baking soda could bring. Watch until the end of the video to find out its benefits. Here are the seven benefits of baking soda for our body: 1. Baking soda helps fight acne and pimples Baking soda…

  • How to Make Croissants – Easy Homemade Croissants Recipe
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    How to Make Croissants – Easy Homemade Croissants Recipe

    Hello and welcome back to In the Kitchen with Matt, I am your host Matt Taylor. Today I am going to show you how to make croissants, or I believe the correct pronunciation is croissant. I had a request by a couple of people to make croissants, so here we go; I am going to show you how to make croissants. They are really easy to do, don’t let these intimidate you. Every step is super easy, it does take some time though, but it is well worth it, so let’s get baking. First let’s start by making our dough. I am going to start with one cup of milk;…

  • Why You Should Never Wash Your Face With Baking Soda
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    Why You Should Never Wash Your Face With Baking Soda

    we all have our usual nightly routine before we go to bed most people enjoy this ritual of self-care before catching 40 winks which may include brushing your teeth flossing brushing your hair and yes washing your face everyone’s skin is different and there are so many products out there that claim all sorts of different benefits recently baking soda has been in the limelight for its versatility in fact we have another video about baking soda called eight benefits of baking soda that you can check out later what we want to know today is can you use this Wonder powder to wash your face before we answer this…

  • Lemon Chicken en Papillote Recipe, Chicken in Parchment Recipe, Chicken in Parcels Recipe
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    Lemon Chicken en Papillote Recipe, Chicken in Parchment Recipe, Chicken in Parcels Recipe

    I’ve got French bread going in the oven. And now, I’m going to show you how to make sourdough bread. The difference in sourdough and most other breads is simply the type of yeast. In this case, you have to make a starter first and capture your own yeast from the wild. And that’s what’s going to make your bread leaven or rise. With French bread or white bread or sandwich bread, we go to the store, and we get the commercial stuff. And that’s fine. But there is a truly unique and fabulous flavor to sourdough bread. Cooking en papillote is a fabulous trick in the kitchen to make…

  • Cooking Tips : How to Make Salmon En Papillote (in Parchment)
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    Cooking Tips : How to Make Salmon En Papillote (in Parchment)

    To bake Salmon En Papillote, which means “in paper”, first start off with a piece of parchment paper cut like a heart. From there, you can place all your ingredients into the heart, and go ahead and begin to wrap it, and we’re actually going to bake the salmon in the paper. If you don’t have parchment paper you can actually do this in a paper bag, just make sure that it’s oven proof, or you could use aluminum foil. From here, we’re going to place it in a 350 degree oven, and let it cook for about ten minutes, or until the fish is done. You’ll know the fish…

  • Cooking Tips : How to Make Seafood En Papillote (in parchment)
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    Cooking Tips : How to Make Seafood En Papillote (in parchment)

    To cook seafood in papillote: You want to sure that you are starting with parchment paper. If you don’t have parchment paper, you can use aluminum foil, or even a paper bag. Next, place all of your ingredients into your vessel and your going to have your oven set to about three hundred and fifty degrees. Go ahead and bake your seafood until it is completely done. Next, you can serve your product in papillote for a great presentation. That is how you make seafood en papillote

  • Cooking Tips : How to Use Parchment Paper
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    Cooking Tips : How to Use Parchment Paper

    Parchment paper is used for baking. Place this on a sheet pan and put your product on top of this parchment paper and that will keep it from sticking to the sheet pan. Typically it?s preferred over wax paper when baking because it doesn’t give off any flavors like wax paper does. And that is parchment paper.

  • ღ Poring-Themed Macarons ღ
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    ღ Poring-Themed Macarons ღ

    Preheat oven to 325°F/160°C. Sift powdered sugar in a bowl. Sift almond flour in a bowl. Mix the sifted powdered sugar and almond flour in a bowl. Divide the mixture into 3 batches. Beat the aged egg whites using an electric mixer. Gradually add the sugar to the mixed egg whites. Continue to beat the egg whites until the meringue has stiff peaks. Divide the meringue into three batches. Add food coloring to the meringue. Fold the powdered sugar and almond flour into the meringue. Place the batter into a piping bag. Cut the corner of the bag. Pipe 1½-inch rounds onto the parchment paper. Form the deviling horns if…

  • How to Make a Sponge Cake Like a Boss | Simple Tutorial |
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    How to Make a Sponge Cake Like a Boss | Simple Tutorial |

    hi guys welcome to my very first youtube video it is a little bit nerve-wracking to be honest and sorry that the audio quality is not amazing but today I’m going to be showing you guys how to make this deliciously light and airy sponge cake I found that lots of cooking channels don’t tend to have their materials listed and I just remember being here scrambling to find all of my kitchen tools as I’m watching the video so I will be doing you guys a favour by putting the ingredients and materials in the description box below, so pause the video and get your kitchen gadgets ready first…

  • Recipe: Vanilla Cookie Cutouts without chilling the dough
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    Recipe: Vanilla Cookie Cutouts without chilling the dough

    Hello. Welcome to American Baker in Germany. I’m Michelle and today we are making my recipe for sugar cookie cut-outs. It’s really not very difficult, so let’s get started. We start out with the ingredients. We need 1 cup or 250g of butter. 1 cup or 200g of sugar. 1 egg. 1 tsp vanilla extract or 1 tbsp vanilla sugar. ¼ tsp salt. ¼ tsp baking soda. 3 cups or 375g flour. I start out by creaming my butter. You can cream it as long or as short as you want as long as the butter is nice and creamy. I sometimes add my salt and baking soda at this…