5 lb bag
75 servings per container
Wheat Flour, Niacin (a B Vitamin), Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Enzymes, Folic Acid (a B Vitamin).
Warning: Flour is not ready-to-eat and must be thoroughly cooked before eating.
MARTIN'S is committed to providing accurate nutritional information to its customers. As an important part of that effort we voluntarily provide such material on our website. We rely upon our suppliers to provide us with this information on an ongoing basis and to advise us immediately whenever any new claims or adjustments to declared values are made, so that we can properly maintain the accuracy of this online resource. We have, however, experienced occasional situations in the past where, due to the lack of such notice or for some other reason, minor discrepancies in this area have occurred. We therefore strongly encourage our customers to read the labels of any of the products that they purchase in order to make certain that they are compatible with their own nutritional preferences and expectations. If you receive a product from MARTIN'S, and the nutritional information on the product label does not match the information on our site, please contact MARTIN'S customer service and we will arrange for a credit to issue for the product at issue.
Per 1/4 Cup Serving as Packaged: 110 calories; 0 g sat fat (0%DV); 0 mg sodium (0%DV); 0 g total sugars. Enriched. Unbleached. Unbromated. Premium quality. Since 1880. Over 135 years of baking success. The Gold Medal Standard. When our founding mill master C.C. Washburn braved the first Miller's International Exhibition in Cincinnati, Ohio, he took home more than the Gold Medal grand prize - he won a shiny new name. So over 135 years ago, we earned the right to be called Gold Medal. And, we've gone on to become America's No.1 selling flour brand (Based on Nielsen Sales Data ending January 1, 2007). Every day we work to live up to our legacy. The standards of the mill that made Mill City live on. We blend the heartland's pure hard and soft wheat to make great, consistent flour that bakers count on. Your Kitchen Rules: When it comes to chewy pizza crusts or lofty loaves, gluten makes them glorious. Bread flour is higher in protein-which makes more gluten, which absorbs more water, which makes dough more elastic, which produces better volume and crumb structure, which gives breads better lift and texture, and earns a baker like you more compliments. It's especially good for mixed grain breads that need lift. Cups per Pound: There are 3-1/3 cups of flour per pound and about 16-2/3 cups per 5 pound bag. More great recipes at www.goldmedalflour.com. 1-800-345-2443 www.BettyCrocker.com.
Measure It: Spoon flour into a dry measuring cup and level off with a knife. No sifting necessary. Substitute It: When recipes call for all - purpose or whole wheat flour, you can substitute cup for cup with bread flour for chewier results. It works well for quick breads and cookies. For cakes and pastries it doesn't work well. 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 years 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.
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