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Does anyone know this information? Can I freeze baking powder and/or baking soda without any ill affect on my end baking product?

S. Walle from Duncanville, TX

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July 19, 20062 found this helpful
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My mom kept her baking powder in the freezer and I do too. You do it so it will keep longer. It works just fine.

Tricia

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May 26, 20091 found this helpful
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jrslady is correct! I have kept my baking soda and powder in the freezer for years. It's a shame to go to all the trouble to bake a scratch recipe and have all your hard work ruined for lack of storing your ingredients properly.

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I also store my Bisquick, flours, and cornmeal in the freezer.

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December 17, 20200 found this helpful

I put flours and biscuit mixes in fridge. Always freeze bay leaves. All else in cool dry place. Baking powder and soda dark cool cupboard. That's about it.

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July 19, 20061 found this helpful

Pardon me - but whay would you want to freeze it? Isn't it a chemical mixture? My mother always kept it on the shelf - me, too - I don't think you have to treat it with much care- maybe put it in a can or jar???

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July 20, 20062 found this helpful

Pamphyila - Baking Powder loses it's potency over time - I know, I've thrown my share of unused baking powder out. Small tip: To find out if baking powder is still usable: Put a very small amount in a very small amount of water.

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If it bubbles, it's still good. If it doesn't bubble, throw it out, it's no longer a working baking powder.

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February 12, 20180 found this helpful

Thank you!!

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July 20, 20061 found this helpful

I also keep mine in the freezer and it always works fine when I need it for baking.

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By David (Guest Post)
September 20, 20061 found this helpful

I never throw baking soda away. I actually wind up storing it if it goes bad and using it as a face scrub (with handsoap) or to scrub the sink/bathtub with. The gritty texture works really well even when the always useful chemical has gone away!

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December 15, 20120 found this helpful

I am sure that if you freeze your baking powder you will need to throw it later :(

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