Baking powder is often added to batters and doughs for its leavening properties. It is made up of Baking soda, cream of tartar, and cornstarch. It often replaces yeast in recipes to speed up the process or where the flavours of fermentation are undesirable.
Baking soda cannot be substituted for baking powder. Recipes that call for baking soda also require an acid, but baking powder is used alone. Generally, one teaspoon of baking powder is enough for 1 cup of flour, 1 cup of liquid and 1 egg.
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Storage: For long lasting freshness, store in an air-tight container and in a cool, dark place.