bicarb


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bicarb

(ˈbaɪkɑːb)
n
(Elements & Compounds) short for bicarbonate of soda See sodium bicarbonate

bi•carb

(baɪˈkɑrb)

n.
[1920–25]
Translations

bicarb

[ˈbaɪkɑːrb] n (=bicarbonate of soda) → bicarbonate m (de soude)bicarbonate of soda [baɪˌkɑːrbənətəvˈsəʊdə] nbicarbonate m de soude

bicarb

n (inf)Natron nt
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Sprinkle in the salt and bicarb and then add the sultanas.
Sift the flour, bicarb, ginger, cinnamon, ground cloves, allspice and pinch of salt into a large bowl.
The abrasive salt and bicarb will break down the clog.
1 heaped teaspoon bicarbonate of soda Mix the margarine, sugar, fruit, water, spice, ginger and bicarb soda in a pot and bring to the boil.
97, Boots) Home remedy: Bicarbonate of soda As soon as an attack of cystitis starts, drink a tumbler full of warm water containing a teaspoon of bicarb every hour for three hours to reduce inflammation of the bladder.
Whitening chewing gums, which contain bicarb soda, may help to brighten up your smile over time.
Very quickly stir in bicarb, and pour out of pot on to mat (please be careful - very, very hot).
Other "discoveries" were that vinegar's best for cleaning glass and soda bicarb shifts splash marks off tiles.
Sift flour, baking powder, bicarb and salt in large bowl and add sugar, nuts and sultanas.
For the bread, mix the flour, bicarb and buttermilk (or yoghurt) in a bowl.
TO freshen rugs and carpets lightly sprinkle with bicarb, leave for 15 minutes, then vacuum.