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Baking soda, also known as bicarbonate of soda or sodium bicarbonate, supplies the carbon dioxide gas that leavens batters and doughs. It is often used when acidic ingredients such as buttermilk, yogurt, or citrus juices are present.
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Baking stones or tiles absorb moisture and produce an intense, dry oven heat that crisps pizza crusts or free-form bread loaves. Stones are porous and sometimes made of the same clay that lines commercial pottery kilns, while tiles are usually of high-fired terra-cotta. Stones are available in circular or rectangular shapes, large and small sizes; tiles are sometimes neatly contained in a metal tray. Preheat the stone or tiles on the bottom of the oven or on the lowest rack, then slide the pizza on top and bake. As an alternative, shape and bake pizza on a baking sheet.
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Balsamic vinegar, a centuries-old specialty of Modena, Italy, is made from reduced grape juice and is aged and blended for many years in a succession of casks made of different woods and gradually diminishing in size. The result is a thick, tart-sweet, intensely aromatic vinegar.
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Bamboo shoots are the crisp, mild-flavored, white to ivory shoots of the bamboo plant. They are a popular ingredient in stir-fries and other Asian dishes. Bamboo shoots are sold canned, packed in water. Drain and rinse well before use.
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