In making hot biscuits, soda is used as bicarbonate, and the acid may be added in the form of sour milk. Again acid acts on the bicarbonate, forming carbon dioxide to raise the biscuits before they are baked. ... Perhaps the greatest quantity is used in the form of carbonated drinks. Pop, soda water ... the drink flat and lifeless.
|Author||:||Sherman Ray Wilson, Mary Rosalie Mullins|