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===Use in baking===
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A single vitamin C tablet, crushed between two tablespoons is a great substitute for citric acid, specifically in recipes for [[breadmakers]] that use [[brown flour]] or [[wholemeal flour]].
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Crushed [[vitamin C]] tablets can be used as a substitute for ascorbic acid [E300] in [[wholegrain]] bread recipes, where it helps sustain the leavening of bread loaves during baking. It also helps produce the acidic atmosphere in which yeast grows best.
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Latest revision as of 12:50, 22 May 2014


Vitamin C tablets

Use in baking

A single vitamin C tablet, crushed between two tablespoons is a great substitute for citric acid, specifically in recipes for breadmakers that use brown flour or wholemeal flour.

Crushed vitamin C tablets can be used as a substitute for ascorbic acid [E300] in wholegrain bread recipes, where it helps sustain the leavening of bread loaves during baking. It also helps produce the acidic atmosphere in which yeast grows best.

See also

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#vitaminc #storecupboarditems #wholemealflour #brownflour #breadmakers #wholegrain