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Baking Powder and Bicarbanate of Soda

I will shortly be running out of my English supplies of baking powder and
bicarb of soda.

I have seen karbonate (spelling) in the shops, what is this please, I presume it's bicarb of soda. If so what is baking powder please?


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Re: Baking Powder and Bicarbanate of Soda

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I will shortly be running out of my English supplies of baking powder and
bicarb of soda.

I have seen karbonate (spelling) in the shops, what is this please, I presume it's bicarb of soda. If so what is baking powder please?


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Baking powder is HAMUR KABARTMA TOZU it usualy comes in sachets 5 or 10 to a pack and will be located somewhere near the flour in the shop.
Karbonate is indeed bicarb.
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Re: Baking Powder and Bicarbanate of Soda

Morning Sue,

I buy Dr. Oetker Kabartma Tozu from the big Manav near our office. It works well with both Kepekli and regular flour the same as baking Powder.

Baking Powder is actually Bicarbonate of Soda (karbonat) with the addition of Starch and a slightly acidic compound like Cream of Tartar.

Wonder if we'll get that in the Quiz this week??
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