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www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/09/04/345530660/the-science-behind-baking-your-ideal-chocolate-chip-cookie

Sep 4, 2014 ... You like soft and chewy. He likes thin and crispy. If only there were a way to bake chocolate chip cookies to please everyone. There is! And, no, it's not Martha Stewart's way. It's science. We've taken our cues from a few spots: a bioengineering grad student named Kendra Nyberg, who co-taught a class at ...

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"Stop making cookies." I'm sorry, what was that dear? "I said, stop making cookies ." That's odd, I thought to myself. Why would she be saying that? Wouldn't any wife be pleased to be married to a husband who fills the house with the aroma of warm butter, caramelized sugar, and gooey chocolate? Indeed, wouldn't any ...

www.buzzfeed.com/lindsayhunt/cookie-phd

May 15, 2016 ... If you grew up making the classic Toll House chocolate chip cookie recipe, then you're probably used to beating the butter and sugar together with an electric mixer. Creaming butter and sugar beats air into the butter, which eventually leads to a cakey rise in the baked cookies. This process is a form of ...

www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/blog/eureka-lab/cookie-science-bit-about-butter

Oct 14, 2015 ... When you first take butter out of the fridge, it's cold and tends to be hard. One of the more frustrating things about baking cookies can be waiting for it to soften. Yet that's precisely what many recipes call for. And if you need to melt your butter, there's often an extra pan that you'll need to wash. So is softening ...

www.finecooking.com/article/the-science-of-baking-cookies-2

But when baking, it's a completely different story, since ingredient amounts truly matter. That's because the structure of a baked good like a cookie has to be built from the ground up, and every ingredient flour, sugar, fat, eggs, leaven, and salt- plays a key role. Here, we'll explain the science behind the way these ingredients  ...

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Nov 19, 2013 ... View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-chemistry-of-cookies-stephanie- warren You stick cookie dough into an oven, and magically, you get a plate of ... ... Except it's not magic; it's science. .... Too bad I now don't have any clue at what temperature I should bake my cookies, since I only know Celcius.

www.ozy.com/good-sht/the-science-behind-baking-the-most-delicious-cookie-ever/6613

May 20, 2015 ... Some like it crispy. Some like it chewy. Learn a little science behind the flour, and you'll be able to bake every kind of cookie.

www.thoughtco.com/chemistry-baking-cookies-4140220

May 22, 2017 ... Baking cookies seems simple, especially if you cook pre-made cookie dough, but it's really a set of chemical reactions. If your cookies never turn out perfect, understanding their chemistry may help improve your technique. Follow this classic chocolate chip cookie recipe and learn about the ingredients and ...

www.village-bakery.com/cookie-science-everything-baking-cookies

Sugar is used in baking not only for its sweetness. The type of sugar you will use has a definite effect on your finished cookies. White sugar is a crystallized sucrose that consists of a glucose molecule and fructose molecule linked together. It adds no leavening power, giving you a baked cookie that spreads wide. And since ...