All-purpose flour is a blend of hard and soft wheat; it may be bleached or unbleached. It is usually translated as "plain flour." Flour that is bleached naturally as it ages is labeled "unbleached," while chemically treated flour is labeled "bleached." Bleached flour has less protein than unbleached. Bleached is best for pie crusts, cookies, quick breads, pancakes and waffles. Maida is sometimes referred to as "all-purpose flour." Foods made of maida are not considered to be particularly healthy. Still, during festive days, especially in south India, maida is a common ingredient. Maida Flour is nothing but highly refined wheat flour.
Maspeth. NY 11378
Country Of Origin: Product of USA
Product Weight: 907 Grams (2 LBS)(0.9 KG)
Storage Instructions: All Purpose Flour is best kept in a cool, dry, dark place in a food quality container that allows the flour to breath. Air-tight containers should be avoided. Warm, damp conditions cake and pack flour and provide the right environment for insects to hatch and micro-organisms to flourish. It will stay upto 8 months if properly stored in a sealed container or if tightly wrapped, and for refrigerator storage, up to one year.
Package: Plastic Bag
Health Benefits of All Purpose Flour:
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