4 edition of Saleratus found in the catalog.
Peter A. Ciullo
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-174) and index.
|Other titles||Curious history & complete uses of baking soda., Curious history and complete uses of baking soda., Complete uses of baking soda., Baking soda.|
|Statement||Peter A. Ciullo.|
|LC Classifications||TP245.S7 C58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||93080791|
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SALERATUS (Neo-Lat., formerly sal aëratus, aërated salt). A name applied to potassium bicarbonate, which was formerly much used in cooking, as sodium bicarbonate (cooking soda) is used at present. A name applied to potassium bicarbonate, which was formerly much used in cooking, as sodium bicarbonate (cooking soda) is used at present. Steamboat Lake, one of several so-called saleratus lakes where Oregon Trail pioneers often stopped to stock up on saleratus, a kind of natural baking soda, is the subject of an interpretive turnout off Wyoming Highway about four miles west of the highway’s intersection with Natrona County Road and five miles east of Independence site, a joint project of the Pathfinder.
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Saleratus: The Curious History & Complete Uses of Baking Soda Paperback – May 1, by Peter Ciullo (Author)Author: Peter Ciullo. Sody Salleratus has the feel of an old-fashioned tale from the mountains, with the impatient old woman sending out one family member after another to get the "sody salleratus" (baking soda) she Saleratus book to make a big batch of biscuits for all of them--including the hungry, chittery family squirrel/5(4).
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Saleratus & Sagebrush - People & Places on the Road West: People & Places on the Road West. The Bidwell-Bartleson party may have been generally forgotten, but the group was the first true emigrant train to cross South Pass.
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The classic Appalachian folktale, Sody Salleratus, is presented in this humorous Canadian picture-book retelling from author Aubrey Davis and illustrators Alan and Lea Daniel.
Opening in the home of an old woman, an old man, a girl, a boy and a squirrel, the tale follows the boy as he sets out to buy some sody salleratus (AKA baking soda) for his grandmother's biscuits/5. Sody Saleratus and Other Tales Retold by George Pilling Audio CD – August 6, by George (RTL) Pilling (Author), Ashley Wolff (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). First published in this was to be the book that helped set-up and establish Salvatore’s ‘Ice Wind Dale Trilogy’.
Creating the world and building the overall tone of the series, this particular book went about introducing the characters. It also worked on getting the arc right for the series, so that the readers knew what to expect. I came across the term saleratus when reading my grandmother’s cookbook published in the mid ’s.
Along with the sketchy instructions for various cakes and the mysterious meaning of saleratus I was a bit puzzled as to whether I could re-create these recipes.
I am now on my way to modernizing some of them. Thank you. Saleratus, potassium or sodium bicarbonate, is mentioned in the novel Captains Courageous by Rudyard Kipling as being used extensively in the s in commercial fishing to E number: E(ii) (acidity regulators, ).
Saleratus was a chalk-like powder used as a chemical leavener to produce carbon dioxide gas in dough. It was a precursor to baking soda. To make it, pearlash (K 2 CO 3) had carbonic acid added to it, changing the potassium carbonate in it to potassium bicarbonate.
The chemical formula for this is KHCO Strength varied by brand. In keeping with the backwoods theme of Ashpet and their other fairy tale retellings, the Comptons people this lively folk story with a hillbilly cast.
An author's note decodes the odd title. Pearlash is potassium carbonate, saleratus is potassium bicarbonate, and baking soda is sodium bicarbonate. Just exactly when saleratus became sodium bicarbonate is unclear, but it appears to have been in the later part of the s. How quickly cooks switched from pearlash to saleratus, saleratus to soda, and soda to baking powder depended upon the individual cook, the availability of.
Sody Salleratus Aubrey Davis, Author, Lea Daniel, Illustrator, Alan Daniel, Illustrator Kids Can Press $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Addeddate Color color Director Jed Horovitz Identifier richard_chase-sody_sallyraytus_ Run time Sound sound Type MovingImage.
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Definition of saleratus: a leavening agent consisting of potassium or sodium bicarbonate Examples of saleratus in a Sentence Recent Examples on the Web Life changed for home cooks back inwhen baking soda — often called saleratus. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Baking soda rises --The household alternative --Baking, brushing & bovines --The environmental Titles: Curious history & complete uses of baking soda.
Inexorably Sam Galloway saddled his pony. He was going away from the Rancho Altito at the end of a three-months' visit. It is not to be expected that a guest should put up with wheat coffee and biscuits yellow-streaked with saleratus for longer than that.
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If you have not any sour milk, put a table-spoonful of vinegar to a pint of sweet milk, set it in a warm place - as soon as it curdles, mix it with the saleratus - put in a couple of table-spoonfuls of melted butter, and flour to make them sufficiently stiff to.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Saleratus and Sagebrush: People and Places on the Road West by Robert L.
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