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STACEYBRICK Posts: 13
8/11/10 11:49 A

If your willing to order online, here's an option:

healthyheartmarket.com/bakingpowderfeath
erweightsodiumfree.aspx

Locally, the Whole Foods in my area carries it to. If you have one near you, try there.

Cheers!


EMK678 Posts: 10
8/3/10 1:52 P

I am not sure where you live but in the Midwest I found it at my local Hy-vee in the organic foods/health market section.

BURRITAELITA Posts: 1,446
7/13/10 4:40 P

Thanks. I'll check around.

AASLP___ Posts: 9,650
7/13/10 3:57 P

Hi,

You may be able to find it at a health food store, or you can purchase it online (various companies make and sell it).

I hope that helps!

Edited by: AASLP___ at: 7/13/2010 (15:58)
BURRITAELITA Posts: 1,446
7/10/10 11:56 A

NutritionMD's recipe for Buckwheat Bananacakes calls for sodium-free baking powder. Where do you buy such a thing? emoticon

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