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Sodium Bicarbonate in vegan omelets

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Is it a common practice between food technicians and vegan chefs to add sodium bicarbonate to vegan Chickpea flour omelets for making the batter more airy?

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A vegan dish made from chickpea flour, sodium bicarbonate, almond milk and sugar is usually referred to as a pancake, not an omelet. Sodium bicarbonate is used as a leavening agent; baking powder can be used instead. Water can be used instead of almond milk, or other plant-milks.

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