January 31, 2022

Book Giveaway!

This week, I'm teaming up with Permies.com to giveaway four paperback copies of my How To Bake Without Baking Powder.

Between now and Friday, you can enter to win your very own copy. The "rules" are simple:

  1. Sign-in or sign-up for Permies.com
  2. Sign up for their Daily-ish email.
  3. Head on over to Permies cooking forum with your questions, answers, and ideas on the concept of baking without baking powder. All new posts in the forum count as one entry. More posts means more entries! (And a secret: quality counts. An interesting question or informative post counts more towards winning than a "me too" or "I agree" post.)
Permies will announce the winners sometime on Saturday. Watch the Daily-ish for the announcement.

So, come on over to Permies! I'd love to chat with you about the many alternatives for baking without baking powder.

Book Giveaway! © January 2022 


daisy g said...

Is there a reason why you want to omit baking powder?

Rajani Rehana said...

Beautiful blog

Leigh said...

Daisy, it's both a self-reliance and prepper thing. Baking powder has a shelf life, which baking soda does not. By understanding kitchen chemistry, I can replace baking powder with baking soda plus whey, vinegar, buttermilk, cocoa powder, kefir, molasses, sour milk, coffee, lemon juice, etc., and get a beautiful rise every time!

Rajani Rehana, thank you!

DVArtist said...

Thanks for the great post. I would like to know why not bake with baking powder too. Thanks Leigh.

Nancy In Boise said...

I'd love a copy! Congrats on partnering with the permies oh, I love their website!

Leigh said...

Nicole, I've started a few informative threads over at the Permies forum. You don't have to join to read them!

Basic Kitchen Chemistry
DIY Leavening Power - Recipes!
So, what did cooks do before baking powder was invented? - Resources!

Nancy, I love Permies too. It's an extremely helpful and friendly site. I'm honored to partner with them.