How Does it Work?
It's simple: Bake up your favorite vegan eats and share them at work, band practice, school, drama rehearsal, jury duty, the car wash; wherever you find yourself going on the last Friday of September. I guarantee whoever you're around will go nuts because who doesn't love baked delicious goodness? You'll also be promoting vegan baking because once people get wind of the fact that these eats are vegan, there's a good chance they'll be impressed, inspired, or at least happy that they happened to be around to get a free snack.
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Vegan Baking Tips
Adding beet purée to your batter is a great way to add a reddish hue to your baked items. When baking with beet purée don't for get to add some lemon juice to the batter. The acids in the lemon juice will allow the beets to retain their deep red color instead of turning your batter slightly gray during baking. This visual difference will make them much more appetizing, believe me.
If your baking powder is too old it won't do it's job and your recipes won't turn out. Buy your baking powder in small quantities. Write the date on the container and discard it after six months. To check baking powder for freshness add 1 teaspoon baking powder to 1/3 cup hot water. If it bubbles vigorously it's still good.
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