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Amazon has 1-Lb Arm & Hammer Baking Soda for $0.82. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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IDK if I can live with paying a 2.5% premium here. Not very slick. Just my 2¢
Baking soda is baking soda. Doesn't matter if it's sold in a little box or 12 pound bag.

But baking powder isn't the same as baking soda. Follow the recipe. Baking is chemistry, versus cooking which is comparable to artistic painting.
I see what you did there...😁

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Deal dead
Price is now 0.82 cents. Not totally dead..
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Price is now 0.82 cents. Not totally dead..
IDK if I can live with paying a 2.5% premium here. Not very slick. Just my 2¢
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IDK if I can live with paying a 2.5% premium here. Not very slick. Just my 2¢
I see what you did there...😁
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I think this is normal price? $0.05 an ounce is same price as the bigger bag? And I think I got that for .
$9 at home depot.
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not a good price
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I think Costco has 13.5lb for $7.. Equivalent to 52c here. It also comes in a resealable bag, unlike the cardboard box here
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Can I use this like baking powder for baking cookies, cupcakes, donuts etc?
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Quote from ShrewdCrowd1060 :
IDK if I can live with paying a 2.5% premium here. Not very slick. Just my 2¢
it will be Bezos 2c
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I think Costco has 13.5lb for $7.. Equivalent to 52c here. It also comes in a resealable bag, unlike the cardboard box here
Costco bags of baking soda have been a single solid chunk inside the past few times I've been there. You have to chip away at it, rather annoying.
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Can I use this like baking powder for baking cookies, cupcakes, donuts etc?
Baking soda is baking soda. Doesn't matter if it's sold in a little box or 12 pound bag.

But baking powder isn't the same as baking soda. Follow the recipe. Baking is chemistry, versus cooking which is comparable to artistic painting.
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Can I use this like baking powder for baking cookies, cupcakes, donuts etc?
https://www.google.com/search?q=r...s-wiz-serp
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Can I use this like baking powder for baking cookies, cupcakes, donuts etc?
Not really. ...you can use baking powder for baking soda because the powder contains baking soda. But to substitute the soda for the powder you'd have to change the amount of whatever acid that's in your recipe and there's no real ratio that works every time.
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