I am thinking about making bread using potassium bicarbonate instead of yeast.
Can I use potassium bicarbonate as a substitute for yeast? Would I just use a regular yeast bread recipe?
Or can I use it in place of regular baking powder? Are there any adjustments necessary?
For example, I would like to use Hain Featherweight Baking Powder, Sodium Free.
This is a type of sodium-free baking powder which contains potassium instead. It seems appropriate for people who are on low-sodium diets and want to supplement their potassium intake.