Oxidizing Agents

Pizza Dough Oxidizing Agents Definition

Oxidizing agents are agents that improve the pizza dough’s strength by forming bonds between the protein chains.

Examples of oxidizing dough agents include ascorbic acid, bromate, and calcium iodate.

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