Reducing Agents

Reducing Agents Definition

In pizza, reducing agents are dough additives that weaken the protein by breaking bonds between proteins during mixing, thereby reducing the mixing times and dough elasticity.

Examples of reducing agents include ascorbic acid, sulfites, and L-Cysteine.

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