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Thomas Sanchez
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3. Baking Bad

Booker, Nia and Tess discover a baking blogger is passing Nia's photo off as their own social media avatar while writing mean-spirited reviews. The kids try to unmask the culprit before Nia's real-life reputation is jeopardized.[2]

3. Baking Bad

The pH of your cat litter is crucial to controlling odor. To prevent ammonia gas (that eye-watering stench that litter boxes sometimes have) from being released, you need to keep the pH below 8.0. Natural litter made with whole kernel corn has a pH of between 6.0 and 7.0. The problem is, baking soda has a pH of 8.4, and the average clay cat litter has a pH of between 8.0 and 9.0. Sprinkling baking soda into your litter increases the pH levels and can actually encourage ammonia to be released in your house.

Left out in the baking heat, it seems as if the pair will die in the wilderness. However, Walt manages to rig a makeshift battery from nails, loose change and spare wire (an object deserving its own spot on the periodic table, according to Jesse). Fortunately, this works and the two are able to drive back to civilisation.

These applications are also interesting in terms of building alternative business models for bakers. Performing tasks of this kind can be a significant addition to the baking rewards and provide incentives for running operations in long-term.

Some companies make edible cookie dough and brownie batter that you can find in stores. These products are made with heat-treated flour and pasteurized eggs or no eggs. Read the label carefully to make sure the dough is meant to be eaten without baking or cooking. 041b061a72


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