sodium bicarbonate

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Synonyms for sodium bicarbonate

a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid

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It is then sold on to dealers who cut it up and mix it with various substances including talcum powder and bread soda, before dividing it into small 'wraps'.
450g (1 lb) plain flour 1 level tsp bread soda 1 heaped tsp Bextartar (cream of tartar) Pinch salt 25g (1 oz) soft margarine 1 egg, whisked with 250 ml ( 1 /2 pt) buttermilkPre-heat oven to Gas Mark 6,200C (400F).
Irish soda bread is famous worldwide, but it was only in the 19th Century that the bread soda or bicarbonate of soda essential for its success was introduced.
Crack - produced when cocaine is mixed with bread soda and other chemicals - is already on the rise, according to Marie Byrne, founder of the Dublin-based Aisling Group.