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  • Jen Lamberjack

    Corn Free Baking Powder Makes 1 cup 1/4 cup baking soda 1/2 cup cream of tartar 1/4 cup arrowroot

  • Douglas E. Welch

    Food: When the cupboard is bare: Important kitchen substitutions | My Word with Douglas E. Welch http://buff.ly/1gQ8tLn #food #recipe

  • Robin Dycus

    How to tell is BakingSoda is still good

  • Jennifer

    Baking Tricks: How to Tell if Baking Soda has Expired: For baking powder: stir about 1/4 teaspoon of powder into 1/2 cup or so of very hot water. The soda will immediately start to bubble if it's still good. Baking soda: use the same method as for baking powder but add 1/4 teaspoon of vinegar to the water before water before adding the soda. If it bubbles up, your soda is fine to use.

  • Anne Goodeve

    I had no idea baking soda and baking powder COULD expire! This is helpful!

  • 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

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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.

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