bicarb


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bicarb

(bī′karb″)
A colloquial term for (sodium) bicarbonate.
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Beat in the egg, then add the flour, salt and bicarb of soda before mixing thoroughly into a soft and sticky dough.
Add the flour, walnuts, salt and bicarb, mix well, then stir in the mincemeat.
CREAM margarine and sugar, sift flour, spice, bicarb and salt and add them to creamed mixture alternately with beaten eggs.
3 Sift the dry ingredients (spelt flour, bicarb and salt) together and fold through the banana mixture.
Ond pys hen ffasiwn oedd yn gorfod cael eu socian am hydoedd efo tabledyn bach o bicarb.
Bicarb of soda applied to armpits in lieu of deodorant, gravy browning taking the place of ladies' stockings and beet juice used as a form of make-do blusher.
Put flour, baking powder, bicarb and salt in medium-sized bowl and mix well with hands or wooden spoon.
Turn up the speed and quickly blend in a pinch of salt, the balsamic and the bicarb.
The one time I attempted to do a Sunday dinner, I confused the bicarb with the salt.
Scrape down the bowl and add in the flour, eggs, bicarb of soda, cream of tartar, cocoa powder, vanilla extract and Greek yoghurt.
2 For the topping, put the flour, baking powder, bicarb and butter into a food processor and whizz to a crumb texture.
Add your eggs to the bowl followed by the sugar, flour and bicarb of soda then mix together.