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Cream of Tartar 4 oz or 8 Oz

Cream of Tartar 4 Oz or 8 Oz
Cream of Tartar 4 Oz or 8 Oz
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Cream of Tartar

Stabilizer. Powder potassium hydrogen tartrate, or tartaric acid, is an effervescent acid obtained as a by-product of wine making. Useful additive.

4 Oz Choose 2 and receive 8 oz. Discount shows up in cart automatically .

Cream of tartar powder potassium hydrogen tartrate, or tartaric acid, is an effervescent acid obtained as a by-product of wine making.

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Cream of Tartar is a very useful product around the home.

In food, potassium bitartrate is used for:
  • Stabilizing egg whites, - increasing their heat tolerance and volume
  • Thickening and Anti-Caking
  • Stabilizing whipped cream, to maintain texture and volume
  • Preventing sugar syrups from crystallizing
  • Reducing discoloration of boiled vegetables

    Cream of Tartar also: Is Used as a sodium-free salt substitutes, in combination with potassium chloride

    Used in Baking powder, as an acid ingredient to activate baking soda.To mix your own baking powder, combine 1/4 teaspoon baking soda with 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar.

    Often used for hardening bubble bars and bath bombs too.

    Cream of tartar, when mixed into a paste with hydrogen peroxide, can be used to clean rust from tools, like hand files. After mixing, apply the paste and let it sit for a few hours and then wash it off with with a baking soda/water solution to neutralize it. Then rinse again with water , and allow to dry. Afterwards add a light application of oil to protect the tool(s) from further rusting.

    Used in Cleaning -Cream of Tartar can be mixed with a simple acidic liquid like lemon juice or white vinegar. This will a paste-like cleaning agent for metals such as brass, aluminum or copper.

    Cream of Tartar can also be mixed with water for other cleaning jobs- like removing light stains from porcelain. DON'T make the mistake of mixing vinegar and sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). These react and neutralize each other, creating carbon dioxide and a sodium acetate solution (it foams like crazy).

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