This non-GMO leavening agent has long been beloved and used in the Northeast; New Englanders swear by it for unforgettably light, fluffy biscuits. Don't be fooled by the name: There's no cream in it! It's similar to cream of tartar and works to raise baked goods in combination with baking soda. Many bakers prefer it for the lightness and loftiness it gives biscuits. Includes a recipe for classic Maine biscuits.