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What happens to pancakes in the absence of leavening agents

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Feb 4, 2014
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Recipes for breads, including pancakes, call for yeast, baking power, or baking soda to be leavening agents. Without them you get "unleavened" bread, like church communion wafers, or VERY flat pancakes.

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