What proportions of flour to baking soda/powder and salt do you use?
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Per Cook's thesaurus: 1 C AP flour plus 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder plus 1/2 teaspoon salt.
A great but weird recipe is 2 1/2 c. Self rising flour and a beer with 1 swig taken out. Mix together and bake at 350 f. Until golden and a toothpick inserted in to the center comes out clean. We call it chili bread because it is great with...yup, you guessed it, Chili.
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