Question for Able, Raster or anyoen else : Baking powder and baking soda?

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    Lauren
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    I thought we can have baking powder that is aluminum-free, but avoid baking soda. Am I wrong about this? Is baking soda okay?
    Thanks for any responses,
    Lauren

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    Able900
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    Lauren wrote: I thought we can have baking powder that is aluminum-free, but avoid baking soda. Am I wrong about this? Is baking soda okay?

    Why do you need baking soda? I mean, what would it be used for in your case?

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    Hy
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    As an example, I am sensitive to corn starch in baking powder, so I’ve used baking soda instead. I use very little so I can’t imagine it was cause great problems … Right?

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    Lauren
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    Able, just curious for recipes. There are some on the website that call for baking soda and I thought it was best to avoid it. I am also just curious. 😀 I also wanted to know why baking powder that is aluminum free was fine to use on the diet. This is because of curiosity too. Also, like Hy maybe someone has a problem with baking powder. Thanks!! 😀
    Thanks for the responses
    Lauren

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    Pattinoo
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    I saw thatbaking soda was good for brushing teeth on the forum so I assumed it was ok…

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    Able900
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    Lauren wrote: Able, just curious for recipes. There are some on the website that call for baking soda and I thought it was best to avoid it. I am also just curious. 😀 I also wanted to know why baking powder that is aluminum free was fine to use on the diet. This is because of curiosity too. Also, like Hy maybe someone has a problem with baking powder. Thanks!! 😀

    I didn’t post the recipes, so you’ll have to address whoever posted them. And you’re right; it’s not the best thing to take during the treatment, although a teaspoon or so spread throughout an entire recipe isn’t going to be a lot when you’re looking at one serving per day.

    I am also just curious. 😀 I also wanted to know why baking powder that is aluminum free was fine to use on the diet.

    Why would it not? If you’re talking about the small amount of starch it contains, again, a teaspoon or so spread throughout the recipe doesn’t allow for very much per serving of any food that contains it. Several people on the forum, including myself, used it throughout our treatment and still managed to reach a cure.

    Able

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    Lauren
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    Able thanks for the response. 🙂
    Lauren

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