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Eggs Eggs are important! They are responsible for holding the cake together so that is doesnt fall apart.
Flour Flour gives a cake some of its color and flavor. It is the basic substance of the cake.
Baking Powder Baking powder helps the cake to rise. When it is mixed with some liquids, bubbles of carbon dioxide are released and the case rises.
Sugar Sugar has two jobs: to make the cake sweet and also to help make it fluffy. The jagged sugar crystals let air in when baking.
Milk Milk adds much needed moisture to the cake. It also gives strength to the cake.
Butter Butter helps a cake by making it soft and moist. Without butter, you will have a tough and dry cake.
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