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Making baking powder substitute with baking soda and powdered citric acid (Experiment Results)

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I have a recipe that I've used a couple of times that asks for self-rising flour. Unfortunately, I only have regular AP flour where I am right now. I know self-rising flour is a mixture of AP flour ...
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And can I use one in place of the other in certain recipes?