Student or Learner
1) Baking techniques are quite the same or standardize for every culture/country, unlike cooking techniques which is different in every country.
2) The fundamental baking technique in/for each country are quite simmilar.
And I guess the second sentence goes like this.
The fundamental baking technique for each country is quite similar.
For the first one:
Baking techniques are quite the same or standardized for every culture/country, unlike cooking techniques which are different in every culture/country.
I'm not 100% sure about 'standardized', I know it is said in British English, but perhaps American English uses 'standardize' in a sentence like 'X is standardize(d)'.