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is there a substitute for baking powder

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Yes, there is a way you can substitute baking powder for when you need to bake. You can use baking soda. Just note you will need to use more baking soda then you would baking powder. If your recipe says one tablespoon of baking powder you will need to triple it for the use of baking soda. You would then need three tablespoons of baking soda for the recipe.

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ugg no don't use this. I just tried it on waffles and when I tippled the soda because I had no powder it was HORRIBLE!! I can still taste the soda in my mouth from it. All the other substitute ideas had LESS soda then powder... not 3x the amount. Here is a good link to find substitutions:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5023607_substitute-baking-powder-recipes.html
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DON'T USE THIS SUGGESTION! HORRIBLE!!! As with the above comment, we were all gagging on our coffee cake with triple baking soda in it. I'm sorry I didn't look under comments first. Like Sydney, I still taste the soda in my mouth. Was that sustitution suggestion a prank? GROSS!!
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There are two possible ways to substitute for baking powder in recipes. You can combine baking soda with cream of tartar, or baking soda with buttermilk, sour cream or yogurt. To read about quantities for substituting baking powder, please visit: http://www.cdkitchen.com/features/tip/253/Baking-powder-substitute.

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