Your Kitchen Rules: When to Use it: For the baker who's looking for a flour that's closer to the natural state of the wheat, unbleached all purpose flour is milled without the additional bleaching process. It has a creamy color to it, and can be used to enhance any recipe that calls for all purpose flour. Measure it: Spoon flour into a dry measuring cup and level off with a knife. No sifting necessary. Substitute it: All-purpose means just that, use it in a pinch for recipes calling for self-rising flour with just a dash of other ingredients. For one cup flour, add 1-1/2 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Cups Per Pound: There are 3-1/3 cups of flour per pound and about 16-2/3 cups per 5 pound bag.
Safe Handling Instructions: To prevent illness from naturally occurring bacteria in wheat flour, do not eat or play with raw dough. Wash hands and surfaces after handling.
Cook before sneaking a taste. Flour is raw. Please cook fully before enjoying.
Store It: Thousands of year ago, flour was stored in cool, dry caves, but any airtight container or tightly-sealable freezer bag in your kitchen (or fridge or freezer for long-term storage) will do just fine. Just bring to room temperature before using.