Barkat Baking Powder Gluten Free 100g

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Ingredients

Baking Powder Gluten Free ingredients: Disodium Diphosphate, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, Calcium Sulphate

About Baking Powder Gluten Free

Barkat Gluten Free baking powder is an excellent raising agent. It should be used where sensitivity to gluten and wheat prevent use of standard baking powder. Use as directed whenever the recipe calls for a raising agent.

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