I have a receipt (banana muffins) that asks for bi carb/baking soda. I'm also using self raising flour.
I only have baking powder. I know there're different, but will it still be ok?
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19-08-2014 06:00 #1
Baking powder ok?
19-08-2014 06:05 #2
Google bi-carb substitutes and you should be able to find the answer. I had to do this recently and it worked.
ETA: sub 4 tsp baking powder for every tsp of bi-carb.
Last edited by felicia81; 19-08-2014 at 06:09.
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