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Nitro coffee in baking?

maggieeats | Nov 15, 201808:55 AM

I want to sub coffee for Guinness beer in Gramercy Tavlern's Gingerbread cake and many reviewers suggest coffee. Since the beer is carbonated (an reacts with some baking soda in the recipe), I wondered if nitro coffee would be a good substitute and whether there might be any downsides. Link to one of the recipes listed as a Gramercy Tav Gingerbread:

Gramercy Tavern Gingerbread

The use of leavening in a cake is first recorded in a recipe for gingerbread from Amelia Simmons's American Cookery, published in Hartford in 1796;...

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