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    • Staci Guthrie

      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 I once made a cake with out of date baking soda.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!

    • Douglas E. Welch

      Food: When the cupboard is bare: Important kitchen substitutions | My Word with Douglas E. Welch http://buff.ly/1jfw2ja #food #recipe

    • Robin Dycus

      How to tell is BakingSoda is still good

    • Rebecca Ramey

      Baking powder vs. baking soda + homemade baking powder recipe

    • Loretta Perkinson

      How to Tell if Baking Soda or Baking Powder Have Expired by the kitchen #Baking_Soda #Baking_Powder

    • Lauren

      Make your own aluminum and corn free baking powder! Makes 1 cup 1/4 cup baking soda 1/2 cup cream of tartar 1/4 cup arrowroot (if you are not avoiding corn, cornstarch may be substituted) Directions Blend all ingredients with a whisk to mix well. Use as you would regular baking powder. Store in a tightly closed container to prevent moisture from entering and causing the ingredients to begin to react.

    • Kate Kerner

      Baking Tricks: How to Tell if Baking Powder and Baking Soda have expired. Wish I would have known these little tricks decades ago!

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