Angel double Acting Baking Powder is aluminum-free and it has a double-effect foaming function.
Store in a cool and dry place.
0.5%-2% on flour
Range of application:
It is suitable for making cakes, breads, fried snacks and refreshments etc.
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If you feel like papers, bills, school permits, notices, mails come flying in all directions, then it’s time to activate a command centre to end the mess once and for all.
For a busy mum, organising everything in the house is no mean feat, but if you have a command centre, where everything important goes in — filed, stacked, written and scheduled — you won’t ever miss a thing again!
So, if you want to be super organised now, here are some cool command centres we found on the internet that will surely get you inspired.
1. Use the sides of your fridge where you can stick everything.
2. Customise cabinets to fit everything you need.
3. Just get a simple clipboard and some wooden clips and voila! Command centre, activated!
4. You can also make your kids’ school bag storage areas as your command centre.
5. Chalkboards are great for writing important things in.
6. Use bags with the names of your kids where you can place their important stuff.
7. Whiteboards are also cool for everything to write and stick on.
8. You can also use corkboards or old wooden cabinets for a rustic feel in your command centre.
9. You can also use frames and wooden boxes for a pretty command centre.
10. Combine everything for this lovely nook in your house.
11. You don’t need that much space for your command centre. Just use a corner in your house and that’s it!
12. Some nice inspiring words can make your command centre a stress-free area.
13. For work-at-home mums, your working place can automatically be your command centre.