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Thread: Homemade Self Rising Flour

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    Super Member Feathers's Avatar
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    I've noticed there are lots of recipies calling for Self Rising Flour. I make my own and it's every bit as good as the store bought and much, much more economical!

    Self Rising Flour - Homemade:

    For EACH CUP of Flour called for in the recipe, add
    1/2 TBLS. Baking Powder
    1/2 tsp. Salt

    If your recipe calls for 4 cups of Self Rising Flour you would use 4 Cups All purpose flour plus 2 TBLS. Baking Powder and 1 tsp. Salt

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    Super Member Celeste's Avatar
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    Thanks Feathers! I do not have anything in mind right now, but this might help me actually try a recipe instead of not due to having to buy something I do not know I'd use again! :D

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    Thank you,
    I use nothing but self rising flour.
    I keep all purpose flour on hand just in case.
    Now I can make my own, if I run out.


    Thanks,
    Sondra

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