This is admittedly trivial, but I bake my dog biscuits, and am wondering why they rise in cooking when there's nothing in them that would make them do so. All that's in the biscuit dough is flour (not self-rising), shredded cheese, garlic, oil and a tiny bit of water. Anyone know?
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