Before I head off to the supermarket--is self-rising flour something readily available in a New York supermarket? If not, is there a substitution?
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You shouldn't have a problem- i live in Manhattan, and at most decent sized markets they should have it-think a Food Emporium, or a Gristedes.
Great. Thanks, Ruthy!
DIY self-rising flour (from Hotline!) 1 cup AP flour, 1 1/4 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp salt -- if you haven't gone out to shop yet.
Thanks, Susan. I already bought some, but now I have a solution for the future!
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