Disconnect the power to the disposal, and VERIFY THAT THE POWER TO THE DISPOSAL IS OFF! If possible, LOCK the panel which contains this breaker or fuse, and TAG it with a WARNING tag to prevent the accidental re-energizing of the circuit. Then, remove the flour from the disposal. Once most of the flour is removed from the drain, what's left may 'flush' down the drain with a flow of water. If this proves not to be the case, the trap under the sink may need to be removed to facilitate clearing the clog. Once cleared, the drain should run freely. Once all is reassembled and running freely, the disposal can be put back into commission by unlocking the panel and turning on the power.
You place it in a garbage bag to go to garbage disposal, or if it is all soft (NO bones) you may put it in the sink garbage disposer.
depends on how much flour you have. if you have 25 pound bag of flour it would be maybe 14
120 bushels Corn=1 bag o' flour, so about .012 of a bag of flour.
You can put a few peelings down the disposal and not run into any issues. However, a large batch can clog your drains. I had a five pound bag once. The disposal cut it up, but there was so much "gunk", the pipe clogged on me. I had to disconnect the u-shaped fitting under the sink and remove the waste. So if you have a lot of peelings, only run a few down at a time.
If I use 2 cups of flour from a 20 pound bag of flour how much is left
Most flour comes in a 5 pound bag or a 10 pound bag.
That is 18.18 cups of flour
About 10 cups
A black bag is a black plastic sack produced for the disposal of household waste.
depends on the size of the bag