Prepare for the challenges of commercial baking and for bootcamp workshops from Dr. Lin Carson, CEO and Founder of BAKERpedia, and Dr. Jayne Bock, Technical Director at the Wheat Marketing Center. These two baking experts are teaming up to get your career and baking-knowledge in shape with hands-on training that will cover some of the important basics and emerging trends of the industry. But first, here are some warm-ups to get you ready.
Thinking of formulating a new product? Or does a current one need some adjustment? Maybe you’re trying to substitute one ingredient for a gluten-free or fat-free one. For these questions and hundreds of other ones, the answer lies in the function of key ingredients. Read More
Take a close look at flour, and you’ll find a lot of valuable information there. Understanding the makeup of flour gives insight into baking factors such as protein, starch, and moisture. Another key aspect of flour science is analyzing it. Read More
Wheat kernels go into a mill and out comes flour—simple, right? Not exactly. When you look at different milling practices and all the flour grades that are made, the varieties stack up. Then, you have to take into account how these varieties act in different baked goods. Read More
To truly understand flour, you have to start at the root of it—or the wheat kernel that is. In the baking and food industry, there are no shortage of options when it comes to kinds of flour. Each one has specific strengths, weakness, and uses. What flour is right for your product and process? Read More