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Red Velvet And Devil's Food Cake. Why do they call them that?

Red Velvet And Devil's Food Cake. Why do they call them that?

The addition of an acid in these recipes will react with the cocoa powder and give the final product a reddish tint.  The acid can come from things like vinegar, or buttermilk. Additional baking soda in Devil's Food Cake raises the pH level and will also turn the final product a deeper, darker color.
Posted Thursday, Jun 17  |  by Creek House Patisserie

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