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Air pressure affects how high a cake rises when it bakes. Directions for cake mixes often have special high altitude instructions. Explain why. Can anybody help me with this?

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    baked goods tend to rise faster, requiring a change in the proportion of ingredients used in leavened foods (such as breads and cakes). Sometimes, you may need to adjust the baking temperature in your oven as well!

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    ok thanks!

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