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Old 01-28-2017, 12:28 PM
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Default Flour questions

I wish I could buy specialty flours in small amounts, for the rare times when I need them. But alas, I've been storing opened bags of bread flour and self-rising flour in air-tight Rubbermaid containers for years.

The bread flour has a best used by date of 2010, and the self-rising flour's best used by date is 2019.

I don't see anything that looks like weevils in either bag. No smells.

I know the self-rising flour loses it's magic after awhile, but is the bread flour good indefinitely?

Lee
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