Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Cooking with baking soda : Page 1

Here are a few quick ideas using baking soda in your home for better cooking! Looking through your cookbooks you will also find a wide range of places that baking soda is used for great recipes that you can add to other recipes as well.

You can loosen any hairs or feathers left behind on your chicken by rubbing it with baking soda. Rubbing with baking soda also helps to tenderize the meat before cooking. Simply rubbing on the baking soda and then rinsing will give you a great tender chicken.

Canning game
If you are canning fresh wild game, such as turkey or venison you can add a pinch of baking soda to each jar before sealing to rid the meat of its wild game taste.

When you are gutting a deer, sprinkling in a little baking soda into the empty deer belly will help absorb nasty odors until you get the deer home and ready for processing.

If you have an ulcer but still love to drink coffee, you can add a teaspoon of baking soda per cup of coffee to neutralize the acid so that the coffee won’t harm your stomach.

Crispy meat
Do you like the taste of crispy pork chops or crispy skinned chicken? Rubbing a little bit of baking soda on the fat of a pork chop or on the skin of a chicken before baking will make it crispier. When baking soda makes the skin crispy it also helps keep moisture in the chicken for a great taste.

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