I m having bad problems with baking powder

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arcticsid

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I have cooked professionally for quite a few years and ampretty good. But, I am NOT a baker. Leanne is.

So to show her I have a good rounded knowledge, I bought some baking powder. I wanted to impress her.

In the last week I have sprinkled it liberally on everything I cooked and everything has turned out tasting terrible.

Is there a difference between baking powder and cooking powder?

Please advise!! I only have a few days to figure out what went wrong!!

LMFAO from NIKKIS corner!!

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bigabyte

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I thought you were only supposed to sprinkle the powder on your buns.
 

Leanne

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Oh honey, you don't have to impress me. I'm already impressed.
 

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Well thats what I thought too. I am afraid to get any on my clumpets, it could burn like hell!!!
 

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No! You're suppose to use baby powder on yourself, not baking powder. We got a lot of work to do to get you ready for the wedding.
 

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