Is it safe to use flour in which weevils can be seen?

Answer All flour has weevils. The larvae are in the wheat and survive milling. They are tiny and transparent so you can't see them. The adults are black. They are not harmful once the flour is cooked.... Read More »

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How to Get Rid of Weevils (Flour Bugs)?

Have you found creepy crawlies in your pantry? Don't wait; they lay many eggs! Here is how to remove weevils and keep them away.

My recipe calls for 2/3 cups of white flour and 2 1/5 cups of whole wheat flour. how much flour do i need in t?

What kind of recipe calls for 1/5 of a cup of flour? That's the wackiest thing I've ever seen, and I bake a lot!That being said, 1/5 of a cup is 3 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon. 2/3 of a cup is 10 ... Read More »

Can I substitute regular bread flour for white whole-wheat flour?

On One Hand: Substitute Equal Amounts of Bread FlourYou may use bread flour in a recipe that calls for white whole-wheat flour. Bread flour is the same as white whole-wheat flour, except the germ ... Read More »

How to Use All Purpose Unbleached White Flour Instead of Wheat Flour?

The difference between all-purpose bleached flour and wheat flour is in the milling process. Millers will grind out the germ (internal aspect of the wheat seed) and the outer shell called bran. The... Read More »