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Flour is a powder, made by grinding cereal grains or other seeds or roots. It is the main ingredient of bread and is used a lot in baking.
I must say that I disagree...I have eaten flour for the past 2 1/2 years. I was diagnosed with a pica disorder and I can honestly say that eating it on a daily basis does wreak havoc on your body. It can cause extreme weight loss and weight gain. It ruins your teeth, because it sets like a paste, re…
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Throw the container with the animals away - and keep the next batch in a: Closed container with a Tight Fitting LidPut your flour and cereal in a container with a tight fitting lid, something like tupperware. That way they can't get in. In dog and cat food, freeze the food over night. same with In…
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250 grams = approx. 1 cup of flour The density of wheat flour (after Aqua-Calc site) is 0,593 g/cm3; 250 g have a volume of cca. 420 mL. And 420 mL is approx. 1,8 US customary cup.
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there are 20 cups in a 5 lb. bag of flouramount doesn't have to do with it. lbs is weight when baking, it often calls for weights instead of volume because some ingredients such as flour can be packed. For instance, if you scoop out a cup of flour and level the top of it, that is a cup...or if you …
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200g is the same as 7oz
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Flour is made from wheat. wheat can only grow in certain tempratures. the wheat is grinnded up to make flour ! in the olden days, the pounded up corn kernals to make flour. cool, huh?
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This is "white" wheat flour or wholemeal flour that is sold premixed with chemical leavening agents. It is flour that has a leavening agent - baking powder - and salt added to it during packaging
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1 cup = 8 ounces 1 ounce = 0.12 cup
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Answer To begin with man just used grains/wheat. As our minds and technology increased we started grinding the wheat. That was what wind mills where for. The wind spun the propeller and moved a giant stone wheel. The wheat was put onto the conveyor belt and went under the wheel, grinding it into …
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Ground soy beans.
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Flour thickens mixtures and adds texture to foods.
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the diffrentes is white flour is diffrent from wholemeal wheat Wholemeal flour is made from the entire grain including bran, endosperm, and germ. Strong white flour has a high gluten content.
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Answer The most accepted answer is that there are 5oz of flour per cup of all purpose flour. The measurement will change based on the type of flour being measured. For example, cake flour weighs less then APF, and bread flour weighs more.
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A quick reference is a flour weight vs. volume conversion that can be found at http://www.traditionaloven.com/conversions_of_measures/flour_volume_weight.html though weighing flour is the most precise way to measure it. As the converter points out, the volume of a certain weight of flour depends o…
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Hi there! I love peanut flour and have done extensive searchs for it online! It is great in protein shakes, pancakes, baked good, and processed with cottage cheese to make a very high protein "PB Pudding!" I've never found it in 10-20 lb bags, but you can get it in a 5lb (little over 2 kg) portion …
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1 cup of All-Purpose Flour is 125 grams. However, because cups measure volume and grams measure mass this will change depending on what you measure.
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For a smoother texture.
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1 cup of All Purpose Flour is 125 grams. 140 grams of All Purpose Flour is 1 3/25 cups. This conversion will change based on what food you are measuring. Cups are a unit of volume, while grams are mass.
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Flour is the main component of pastry - without it all you'd have is butter, water and a little salt (in most cases). The gluten in the flour is what gives pastry it's ability to be easy to work with (it prevents it from falling apart too much). Working with gluten-free pastry is a challenge best av…
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about 600 grams.....Andy
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there are four cups because if 20 cups of flour equal 5lb bag divide 20 by 5=4
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1 cup = 8 ounces1 ounce = 0.12 cup
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5 flour ounces per cup
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2 pounds
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It would be fine. Sifted flour is more airy and has about 1 ounce less per cup flour then sifted.if you are using what is sold as sifted flour you really do not need to worry as it is compacted again before you use it ...
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there is an online converter that will convert any type of flour to any measurement online-- the link is here http://traditionaloven.com/conversions_of_measures/flour_volume_weight.htmlgood luck! :)
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approximately 1 1/4 cups. However, depending on the flour it can range from 1 cup to 1 1/2 cups.
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A 120 gram measure of flour is a bit under a cup. 120 grams in weight is slightly more than 4 ounces.
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A cup of all-purpose flour weighs in at approximately 125 grams, so a teaspoon at 1/48 of this is about 2.6 grams.
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You can get parasites from worms or eggs in flour. This is not very common but it does happen when eggs and larvae have gotten in flour.
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yes, flour is a mixture
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it makes the cake light and makes the cakes structure!
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If you are trying to make flour from wheat there are some important calculations you should know. 1 cup of wheat berries will give you one and one third cup wheat. There are 3 cups in a pound that means that 6000 cups of wheat berries will give you approximately 7980 cups of flour.
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Wholemeal flour is made from wheat berry. It is different from whole grain as it is not made from bran, or germ.
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"Flour contains high proportion of starches, which are complex carbohydrates also known as polysaccharides. Leavening agents are used with some flours, especially those with significant gluten content, to produce lighter and softer baked products by embedding small gas bubbles."
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When water is added to flour it forms a batter, which with increasing amounts of water becomes sticky.
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Kneading develops the gluten in the flour so that as the yeast works and produces gas, the gas is trapped within the gluten's structure thus causing the dough to rise. Typically ten minutes kneading by hand, or 5 minutes with a mixer dough hook. 1 to 1 1/2 hours rising time is needed for the dough t…
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It is about 6.4 cups.
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A cup holds approximately 125 grams of flour therefore 6 cups is equal to 750 grams of flour
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Measuring cup, teaspoon, tablespoon 6 teaspoons = 1 oz 2 tablespoons = 1 oz2/3 of a regular sized single shot glass1/3 of a regular sized double shot glass
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No, it is another name for plain flour.
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Henry pride Jones invented self raising flour
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cakes cookies batters coatings thickening agent
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all flours make the structure of the bread
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All-purpose flour does not have any salt, baking soda, or baking powder in it, whereas self-rising flour has those ingredients mixed in.
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is it many times sifted
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Only when the recipe calls for an extremely small quantity. 1 tablespoon of cornstarch is equal to 2 tablespoons of flour
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Most flour comes from wheat which is a grain. We also get corn meal from corn which is a flour but coarser. Flour as the term is normally used is made from wheat. However, many other grains can be used to make flour for baking and break making, including rye, barley, corn and rice. These are normal…
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1 cup is 250 gm. -So 80 gm is about 1/3 cup.
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makes the cake rise
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1 cupno it isn't 250 g is one cup
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it comes from England
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An ingredient used in many foods, flour is a fine powder made from cereals or other starchy food sources. Flour is produced by grinding wheat grains. It is most commonly made from wheat, but also maize (also known as corn), rye, barley, and rice, amongst many other grasses and non-grain plants.
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Yes, flour (wheat flour) comes from wheat, a grass. Other flours are made from other plants such as oats, barley, rye, corn, millet and more.
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no it is not soluble in water
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There are many culinary uses for flour: 1. it can be used to thicken sauces and gravies 2. it provides a structure base for many baked goods 3. can be helpful in rolling out other materials to keep them from sticking to the work surface
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flour is use to make a good face
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to make something that people can eat
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All-purpose flour is made from a blend of high-gluten hard wheat and low-gluten soft wheat. It's a fine-textured flour milled from the inner part of the wheat kernel and contains neither the germ (the sprouting part) nor the bran (the outer coating). Cake or pastry flour is a fine-textured, soft-wh…
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none, flour is a starch usually made from corn but there are other kinds of flour.
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Actually unbleached flour is better for you than bleached flour. Bleached flour contains traces of bromides, the bleaching agent. It also does not have the nutrients that unbleached does. The bleaching agent, Chlorine dioxide, used to bleach flour is reported to produce diabetes-causing contaminan…
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Yes you can. Gram flour has a nutty flavour so using another flour means you will miss out on that flavour. You can always add a bit more turmeric or cumin etc.
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Flour is usually made from ground cereal grains (e.g. wheat, rye, oats, barley, millet, corn, rice, sorghum, quinoa) or from ground seeds and fruits (e.g. chickpeas, lentils, soy, peanuts, sunflower seeds, tree nuts, cassava), or from dried tubers (e.g. potato, yam, taro). Generally, any plant produ…
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Flour acts like a Solid But Is a Liquid
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pch: Vitamins.
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It is hypothesised that ancient man, possibly even predating the Mesolithic era, invented flour from a necessity to try and break down indigestible seeds. It makes sense that trying to break down 'tough nuts', such as beetle nuts (in the far-east) or chestnuts, or even lentils using tools would have…
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you should keep it tightly packaged... probably best place to store it is in the fridge to prevent hatching of bugs.
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Ranging from $1.50 to $2.00
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Flour is the ground product of a starchy seed or plant root. Most commonly it is ground grain, but it can be made from starchy root vegetables. Also used for cooking and used in all breads.
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Self raising flour has the salt and baking powder included. Plain flour does not.Self rising flour is a combination of flour, baking powder, and a little salt. It's not just flour.
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You can but you need to add baking powder and salt to it.
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Yes. If you are using for baking cookies, muffins, cakes, quickbreads (like banana) and such, you can use Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free All Purpose Flour*. Substitute into the recipe cup for cup. You'll also need to add about 1 teaspoon for xanthan gum for every cup of flour. You can't do this with a …
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A flour baby is a few pounds of flour in a little paperbag or pillowcase etc that needs to be looked after and be taken care of every minute of the day. The rules are:the flour baby must be kept clean and dry at all times. All fraying, staining, and leakage of your flour baby will be taken very seri…
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Try making glue with the flour instead...because that's exactly what happens in your stomach when you eat it
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Flour is wheat. The grains are ground to make flour.
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Flour is powdered wheat or maize (corn) etc. The wheat plant is a type of grass, but not like the type of grass that grows on a lawn. Wheat has much bigger seeds, which are used as food. The powder is produced by grinding the seeds between hard objects until the seeds are crushed to powder. Diffe…
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Yorkshire puddings
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I usually make bread and I use whatever is there at my house we have used plain flour nothing really happens the taste may be different but it depends what you think of it cook something with it and try it and you will see.
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Yes. Unbleached flour is a pale tan color.
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Flour provides the recipe with a structure or grainwork to work with.
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Sifting incorporates air to make the ingredients lighter. This Answer sucks a lot
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I think it is explosive.
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yes it is flour is grouded up flour
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It is messy , high in kilojoules and can get weavels
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Common. Look for stored product pests. (SPI's) They are probably cig/drugstore beetles or similar. All you need do is discard the product & zap any stragglers.
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Plain flour is just that, plain flour. Self-rising flour is plain flour with some baking powder and salt added.
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Add 1 teaspoon of baking powder to each cup of flour.
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flour makes cakes powder made of ceral grains contains high proportion of starches
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Unbolted flour contains all the parts of the grain kernel. No nutrients are lost to chemical treatment or sifting. It is a sort of whole wheat. See 'Graham flour' or 'Graham crackers'.
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So hold your breath, go to the store and look at the price. By now you should be dead. -hope this helpslove sarah
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No
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Flour is ground in a grist mill.
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A wet mix would be a paste, a stiff mix would be a dough. Chef's call a 50/50 equal part mixture of warm water and flour roux. What is roux? Roux is your concentrated mixture you add to soups sauce, pies to make your recipe thicker and prevent lumps from flour.
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