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Can I substitute sodium bicarbonate for chalk in a recipe?

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I don't think so as they are different one being calcium carbonate the other as you say sodium carbonate not really the same thing. Have to admit I have never seen a recipe that actually specified chalk as a component part of a recipe but we live and learn!

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