Campaigning for "the rise of real bread", a UK food campaign group has provided a list of just some of the ingredients commonly found in mass-produced loaves: E481 (sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate), E472e (mono- and diacetyl tartaric acid esters of mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids), E920 (l-cysteine), E282 (calcium propionate), E220 (potassium sorbate), E300 (ascorbic acid), E260 (acetic acid) soya flour
Baking powder is a two-in-one chemical leavening that combines a powdered alkali (sodium bicarbonate) with a powdered acid (originally, tartaric acid). It helps make cakes and pancakes lighter and can (How To Make No Baking Cookies)
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cabbage (light) and blueberry (dark) test cakes where pH has been controlled using bicarbonate of soda (blue), tartaric acid (pink) and a mixture (spotty). Next time, dilute blueberry with milk because cabbage tastes cabbagey.
Tamarind is an oblong, curved and podded fruit, native to tropical climates. The pulp is tart, sticky, and brown and contains shiny black seeds. The tartaric acid in tamarind gives it is tartness. Like many fruits, tamarind is carbohydrate rich. It is also high in potassium, phosphorus and magnesium. The pulp is consumed raw or used to make savoury or sweet side dishes or treats. Raw, unadulterated tamarind pulp is known to have a mild laxative effect, in some persons.