Gritty teeth after eating bakings with baking powder/ soda


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Last week I made 3 different recipes for scones (see below) And recipes 2+3 gave me gritty teeth after eating the scones. It felt like a layer on my teeth.
The baking powder and soda are 5 months old. I could not find any info online.
Anyone? Thanks!

1st recipe
330 gram flour
3 teaspoons bakingsoda
butter+milk

2nd recipe
2 cups wh.wheat spelt
4 teasp. baking powder
1/2 teasp. baking soda
milk+ coconutcream

3rd recipe
3 cups flour (partly wh.wheat flour)
4,5 teasp. (18 gr. )
200 gr. coconut mil
1 cup soda lemonade
 
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Seek and thou shall find... This baker is literally the only one I could find online who is addressing this gritty feel. See at 5:29.

It was about baking powder. I guess it was just too much.
It's also quite tricky how much to add, as the amount of teaspoon is different in the UK, US and Europe, varying from 2,5- 4 gram per teaspoon.
 

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