How to Make Bread With Baking Soda
5.One slice of lemon
6.Wheat Flour(Or white, as your wish)
Preheat the oven (Usually costs around 15 minutes).
Butter the pan (or a loaf pan). If you don't have butter, oil may work as well.（I haven't tried before though.）
Cut a slice of lemon, and squeeze the juice into a bowl. (I use lemon juice because the acidity in it could react with baking soda, generating salt and carbon dioxide, which helps the bread rise even more.)
In the same bowl, break one egg. Add honey, sugar(2 tbsp), oil(1 tbsp), milk (pour only little bit now so that you can adjust later). Stir until smooth.
In another bowl, add flour and 1/2 to 1 tbsp baking soda. Shake the bowl. (I do not add salt because it would be produced by the previously mentioned chemical reaction.)
Pour the liquid ingredients into the dry ones. Stir until you have a semi-liquid mixture as the picture shows.
Once you get the texture right, pour the mixture into the pan immediately. (Once the baking soda meets moisture, the carbon dioxide generates right away.So, in order to make the bread rise nicely, it's good to move fast.)
Quickly put the pan in the oven. Bake for around 30 minutes.
Take out the pan. Let it cool down a bit.
Cut the bread into pieces.
Eat one and store the rest in the fridge.