Gold Medal Flour Specialty Better For Bread - 10 Lb
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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 0.25cup
Servings Per Container: 151
Calories Amount Per Serving
100
% Daily Value
Calories From Fat Amount Per serving (-)
Total Fat Amount Per serving 0g 0%
Saturated Fat Amount Per serving (-) (-)
Trans Fat Amount Per serving (-)
Polyunsaturated Fat Amount Per serving (-)
Monounsaturated Fat Amount Per serving (-)
Cholesterol Amount Per serving (-) (-)
Sodium Amount Per serving 0mg 0%
Potassium Amount Per serving 40mg 1%
Total Carbohydrate Amount Per serving 22g 7%
Dietary Fiber Amount Per serving 1g 2%
Sugars Amount Per serving <1g
Other Carbohydrate Amount Per serving 21g
Protein Amount Per serving 3g
Vitamin A (-)
Vitamin C (-)
Calcium (-)
Iron 6%
Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin (a B Vitamin), Iron, Ascorbic Acid (Ascorbic Acid Added as a Dough Conditioner), Thiamin Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Folic Acid (a B Vitamin).
Specialty Flour

Guaranteed premium quality since 1880. Enriched. Unbleached. Presifted. Better for bread. Ideal for bread machines. It all began in 1866, when C.C. Washburn began operating his first flour mill, which produced far more barrels of flour than area bakers needed, and was nicknamed Washburn's Folly. Fourteen years later, Washburn entered his flour at the first Millers' International Exhibition in Cincinnati, where it took the Gold Medal grand prize, as well as the name of its esteemed award. Today, Gold Medal flour is America's best-selling flour, making Washburn's Folly a success. We still mill our own flour, just as we did over 125 years ago, blending the best premium hard and soft wheats from the heartland. Which makes for the Gold Medal difference and consistency that home bakers have counted on for generations.

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Directions How to Store Flour: Store flour in an airtight canister in a cool, dry place. For longer storage, wrap tightly in a plastic food storage bag and refrigerate or freeze. Always bring to room temperature before using. How to Measure Flour: Spoon flour into a measuring cup and level off with a knife. No sifting necessary. Cups per Pound: There are 3 1/3 cups of flour per pound. Bread Machine Tip: For best results, use basic/white cycle.
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