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Want to see more vegan sponge cake recipes here? Help out the vegan baking community by submitting your own! A spong cake is a cake that utilizes baking soda, baking powder, eggs and/or solid fats to create or or manipulate gas bubbles and steam to allow the cake to rise during baking. These conditions give sponge cakes a light and airy texture. Vegan sponge cake recipes often use egg replacer ingredients such as starches, gels or fruit purées instead of eggs.
At Veganbaking.net we stress taste before healthiness when it comes to sweets. If you're into vegan baking you may be a health nut and sooner or later you may be concerned about how sugar effects the body. If you're a junk food vegan, we respect that. If you're concerned with the health aspects of different kinds of sugar, read on.
Scooping Vegan Butter or margarine out of a tub isn't that hard. What is hard is making sure the margarine is exactly the right quantity for your recipe. You can always melt the chunks then pour the margarine into a measuring cup. Sometimes you want to use unmelted or soft margarine so in these cases melting it is not an option. If you're measuring by the chunks you're scooped out with a spoon and compressed into a measuring cup you can be off by as much as a couple Tablespoons. When making things like pie crusts this can be the difference between success or failure. To accurately measure tub margarine without melting, follow the steps below.
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How in Samhain do you take eggs and butter out of baked goods and still make them taste good? The study of that is why this website was created. The internet already contains a ton of information regarding regular baking ingredients so I'm not going to touch on those. There are, however, various ingredients that have helped me in my baking. Here are some that work for me.
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