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Baking soda vs baking powder


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Or you can add a little acid - buttermilk or milk with a tiny bit of vinegar or lemon juice.

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Baking soda and baking powder are leavening agents in baking. But these two are not the same chemical. Baking Powder has a acidic powder which baking soda does not have. However, if you have some creme of tarter to initiate the soda/acid reaction, then, it would save your corn pudding. 

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