Baking Soda Vs Baking Powder

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- Baking soda has one ingredient and only one and that is sodium bicarbonate; sodium bicarbonate is a base because it reacts when it is associated with acids (vinegar, buttermilk, yoghurt, and much more) and mixed. And when baking soda comes in contact with acids, and pretty much it immediately reacts. When this happens it creates carbon dioxide (co2) in form of bubbles just like liquid foam. And if/when baking soda is heated it creates carbon dioxide gas. - Baking powder on the other hand contains both baking soda and dry acid, such as potassium bitrate, which is a secondary product in the making of wine, and sometimes a bit of cornstarch is added to keep the 2 separated and dry. But baking powder depending on how much acid you put in and

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