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  • Patchworkhen

    Self-Rising Flour Allrecipes.com this goes with the pizza dough recipe

  • Amy Allen

    Self-Rising Flour Allrecipes.com - Goes with my previous recipe :)

  • Charlotte Palmer

    Self-Rising Flour I'm always forgetting how to do this. I have a cake recipe that calls for self-rising flour. I don't make it often enough to actually buy self-rising, but I can never remember how to make it either. Maybe I can remember that I pinned it. If not, I'll just look it up again.

  • Mindy Wickham

    Self-Rising Flour Recipe, for baking recipes that call for it and youre too lazy to buy it (like me) or think theres no reason to buy it (also like me)

  • Cat Martin

    Self-Rising Flour Recipe for the Triple Chocolate Christmas cookie recipe

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