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# How many pounds of flour does one bushel of wheat hold?

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One bushel of wheat weighs approximately 60 pounds.

One bushel of wheat yields approximately 42 pounds of white flour.

One bushel of wheat yields approximately 60 pounds of whole-wheat flour.

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Dry pounds of what? Bread crumbs would be much lighter than flour.

It depends on the size of a box, whether you mean a bushel, a peck, or what. One source says they got 116 peaches in a bushel box. However, bushels are measured by weight rather than number, and a bushel of peaches is 50 pounds. A peck is a quarter bushel, so that could be around 29 peaches if you use the number from the source mentioned above. There are 2-3 peaches in a pound, depending on the size of the peaches, and there are roughly 50 pounds in a bushel. As a side note, bushel sizes vary with the type of fruit. A bushel of apples is 48 pounds. Also, if you mean the flat kind of wooden box with a plastic form to hold the peaches in a pattern in a single layer, the fruitstands in my area normally have 48 peaches to a box.

I'm guessing no. But you might be able to use wheat flour. Double the amount of wheat flour (regular flour). Corn flour doesn't have any gluten in it. Neither does corn starch but because it's just the starch it forms polymer chains that would hold the bubbles... Regular flour on the other hand contains glutens which will have a similar chemical reaction... Should work. If not, try dish soap...

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I'm 90% sure this is right. Whole wheat flour isn't a problem. It may change the flavor slightly and the texture will be slightly coarser but not a problem. Other flours do not contain gluten which forms the structure or texture in baked goods. Some cookies would survive and others would just fall apart because there is nothing to hold them together. You just have to experiment with a recipe and see what works. I have ground oatmeal into flour for peanut butter cookies and the result was acceptable.

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Unknown: 55 gal drum is a volume. This is the amount of volume this drum can hold. Gallon is a liquid measure, so, compounded with the fact that you don't know the mass or weight of the wheat, you don't have a dry measure. Are there air pockets? Is the wheat 100% dry? What is the mass of a given sample of wheat? After you answer these questions, just substitute for weight, and you will have your answer.

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