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Can i use baking powder instead of baking soda?

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Yes, use three times as much baking powder for leavening as the amount the recipe calls for in baking soda. Because of the amount used, there may be a slight bitterness detected in the baked goods, if you are using a brand of baking powder that contains sodium aluminum sulfate.

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No, they are not interchangeable. Leavening agents are an important part of most cookie recipes. The most commonly used leaveners for cookies are baking powder and baking soda.

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