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    Baking Tricks: How to Tell if Baking Soda or Baking Powder Has Expired

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    How to tell if baking powder and baking soda have expired. I once made a cake with out of date baking soda. It was truly nasty! I had no idea it could go rancid and taste that bad!

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  • Kathy Belk

    I've always wondered if it was possible to substitute

In a pinch if you realize you are out of Baking Powder here's how you can make a Baking Powder Substitute - works like a charm in recipes!!

Looking for a recipe for homemade baking powder? No? Maybe you should be! - most baking powders are made with GMO corn - did you know that aluminum is in lots of commercial baking powders — sodium aluminum sulfate. This recipe makes 1 cup - 1/4 cup baking soda 1/2 cup cream of tartar 1/4 cup arrowroot (if you are not avoiding corn, non GMO cornstarch may be substituted.) Directions 1. Blend all ingredients with a whisk to mix well. 2. Use as you would regular baking powder.

1 teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons cream of tartar 1 teaspoon corn starch (optional) What To Do Mix the baking soda and cream of tartar together until well combined. Use immediately. Use the corn starch to be able to store the baking powder for 6 months. Makes 1 Tablespoon

sometimes I'm out of this, so it's good to know. I'll have to try it.

How to make your own homemade baking powder (The cornstarch isn't required if you're using this right away. If you want to make up some to keep in fridge, add cornstarch to prevent clumping.)

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