June 19, 2009, Newsletter Issue #425: Sift in Cooking

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To Sift: To sift means someone who is baking shakes dry cooking or baking ingredients through a sifter in order to remove lumps or combine ingredients.

To sift is the act of using the sifter. The sifter is the actual cooking hardware required to sift.

Some examples of ingredients that would be sifted in a sifter are: flour, baking soda, and baking powder. Many bakers who make items from scratch utilize a sifter in order to combine ingredients and remove lumps for smooth baked good.

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