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Great Value All Purpose Flour, 25 lb

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Keep Great Value Enriched All Purpose Flour in your pantry, and you'll be prepared to cook and bake many meals with this staple. This Great Value flour contains no artificial flavors or colors and is kosher. You can use the 25 lb of bleached all purpose flour for many recipes, from family favorites to new recipes you have just discovered. Great Value Enriched All Purpose Flour is invaluable for anyone who loves to cook and bake.

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Keep Great Value Enriched All Purpose Flour in your pantry, and you'll be prepared to cook and bake many meals with this staple. This Great Value flour contains no artificial flavors or colors and is kosher. You can use the 25 lb of bleached all purpose flour for many recipes, from family favorites to new recipes you have just discovered. Great Value Enriched All Purpose Flour is invaluable for anyone who loves to cook and bake.

Great Value All Purpose Flour, 25 lb:

  • No artificial flavors or colors
  • Kosher

Ingredients: 

Ingredients: Bleached Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Iron Reduced, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid.

Directions: 

Instructions: Store flour in an airtight canister in a cool, dry place. For longerstorage, wrap tightly in a plastic food-storage bag And refrigerate orfreeze. Always bring To room temperature before using.

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Specifications

Caffeine Designation: NATURALLY_DECAFFEINATED
Food Form: Flour
Features: 0G trans fat per serving ,  All purpose ,  Bleached ,  Enriched ,  100 calories per serving
Model: /
Brand: Great Value
Recommended Use: Baking
Nutrient Content Claims: Kosher
Food Allergen Statements: Contains wheat, soybeans.
Flavor: All purpose
Is Industrial: Y
Is Made in a Home Kitchen: Y
Size: 25 lb
Form: Shelf stable
Manufacturer Part Number: /
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 9.25 x 6.00 x 4.50 IN
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Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 30 G
Servings Per Container 378
Amount Per Serving
Calories 5
Calories From Fat 5
% Daily Value
Total Fat 0.5 G 1
Saturated Fat 0 G 0
Trans Fat 0 G
Monounsaturated Fat 0 G
Cholesterol 0 Mg 0
Sodium 0 Mg 0
Total Carbohydrate 22 G 7
Dietary Fiber <1 G 4
Sugars <1 G
Protein 3 G
Vitamin A 0
Vitamin C 0
Calcium 0
Thiamin 15
Riboflavin 6
Niacin 8
Folic Acid 10

(-) Information is currently not available for this nutrient.

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:**

** Percent Daily Values listed below are intended for adults and children over 4 years of age. Foods represented or purported to be for use by infants, children less than 4 years of age, pregnant women, or lactating women shall use the RDI's that are specified for the intended group provided by the FDA.

Calories: 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Sat. Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2400mg 2400mg
Potassium 3500mg 3500mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 375g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g

Calories per gram:

Fat 9Carbohydrate 4Protein 4

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Great Value All-purpose Flour
10/18/2014

Customer review by RockForever

5.0 stars 10/18/2014 by RockForever
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This is a top-notch product and "great value". I do need to get some large containers to keep the flour fresh. So far I have used this flour to make pizza and rolls. This flour can do anything the other flours do.

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$0.33 per pound, hard to beat price
8/18/2013

Customer review by mrblueu

5.0 stars 8/18/2013 by mrblueu
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This is all purpose sifted flour. You can use it for most all your baking. At this present price and 25 pound bags, the cost is $0.33 cents per pound. I'm not sure if you could find it at any lower cost than this unless you go out and thrash it yourself. I use it for most all my baking. I make yeast rolls, biscuits, breads, pizza crusts, pie crusts, cakes, cookies, and more, all using this flour. I store it in huge jars with good seals. I don't put it in the fridge nor the freezer. As stated, I store it in huge glass jars and I have never seen any bugs or critters in this flour. It's not like it will last you years. If you're frequently baking something, it will probably last you three or six months. If you rarely use flour, then I wouldn't suggest buying this size bag. You can easily do the math. On average for all purpose flour, 4 cups = 1 pound. The expiration date on the recent bag I purchased, is approximately one year from my date of purchase. Therefore, you can do your math on how many cups of flour you generally use per week and how long it would take you to use up 25 pounds of flour.

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mrblueu
TN
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Usage:Every few days
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Is it flour pour or floor pour?
6/13/2013

Customer review by Badotz

5.0 stars 6/13/2013 by Badotz
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Either way you say it, this 25 lb bag of All Purpose flour is a bargain. For less than $10 you get the equivalent of 5 five-pound bags. At two bucks a pop, it's a no-brainer. I bake. I bake bread. I bake a lot of bread. On a daily basis. Oatmeal, baguettes, sourdough boules, sourdough rye, dinner rolls, hot dog and hamburger buns, focaccia, pizza - I am obsessed with bread! Our house smiles when the bread is baking and is almost done. Such an aroma! It is reason enough to buy flour in bulk. There is no better perfume, with the exception of that first whiff of the first cup of coffee of the day. But coffee makes a lousy loaf of bread. Buy this huge sack of ground wheat instead. You are most welcome ;-)

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Badotz
Oranfe, CA
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good value
4/25/2013

Customer review by scottiesgal

5.0 stars 4/25/2013 by scottiesgal
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Cooks great breads, focaccia, rolls, cakes, cookies and brownies. Can't beat the price - even at BJs Love having bulk flour delivered to my little apartment in Manhattan with free delivery for purchases over $45. Thank you Walmart. Saves me lugging it up 5 floors and on the subway without a car. Love it! BTW, what doesn't fit in the current canister, goes into ziplock bags in the freezer - no infestations and doesn't affect the taste.

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scottiesgal
New York, New York
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Basic Flour ... good and makes good bread
8/25/2013

Customer review by Shoshanna719

4.0 stars 8/25/2013 by Shoshanna719
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I bake bread two or three times a week and this works well in my recipes. I used to buy the "Better for Bread" flour but find this works just as well if you allow the gluten to form in the dough by mixing longer. The texture of the breads I have made with this have been good and as far as I am concerned it is a good all purpose flour. The value is great. The price is well worth it and I will be purchasing it again.

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Tallahassee, FL
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i guess my question is can i use this product to bake cakes ...
by mom 2/8/2013
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  • A. You could, but a cake flour would work better. Cake flour is a much finer grind, and makes a better texture with fewer voids (bubbles) in the finished product. Cake flour also uses a different blend of wheat. But yes, you can use it to bake cakes that taste great.
    by 544512/14/2016
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  • A. Of course you can. This is all purpose flour. Make sure the recipe calls for that. If it says "self rising" flour that is different, but you can make that yourself easily with this flour and other ingredients you probably have at hand. Just google the recipe on that if needed.
    by JKT18322/14/2016
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  • A. Yes, I used this flour to make a pineapple dump cake this morning.
    by JCJranch2/14/2016
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  • A. You can make cakes, bread, cookies, pie crusts and pasta with it. I do all the time and will say that it works very well. It is not a "specialty" flour made to be used in only one type of baking.
    by Shoshanna7192/14/2016
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  • A. This is bread flour, not cake flour. The protein content is higher than that of cake flour. So, the short answer is "Yes, you can bake cakes with this flour." BUT, I would not advise using it in competition, say a State Fair? If you are feeding hangers-on, as I do, then by all means bake everything with this flour. They have no say in what I bring out of my kitchen ;-) Keep your reputation as a cake maker intact - buy and use the right flour for the right food.
    by Badotz2/14/2016
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  • A. Yes this is bleached, sifted baking powder
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  • A. This product can be used for baking.
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  • A. Over a year? Cool, dry is the critical factor. Once the bag is opened, and humidity gets in, the life is about half? The flour would still be good for most uses, but not so good for bread?
    by 5445110/11/2014
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  • A. I have flour and corn meal both in my refrigerator that I have kept and used for over one year now.
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  • A. I keep whatever will not fit in my canister jar in the freezer wrapped in a large plastic bag or put it in smaller ziploc bags and freeze it. When it is time for a new bag of it I bring the bag out and let it get to room temp before using it in a recipe and it is wonderful and fresh as the day I purchased it. I have stored flour this way for years and I have never had any go bad no matter how long it is stored.
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  • A. I remove the flour from its original packaging into four packages in sealed bags and store it in the freezer It lasts forever
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  • A. The first thing I do is put the flour into the deep freeze for a couple of days. This ensures that any critters in the sack are given the sack. Afte that, I keep it in a big covered tub in the hall closet. It lasts for a few months. It doesn't go bad, I just use it all within that time frame. Honestly, I don't know the answer to your question. But if you use it on a regular basis as I do, you should not experience any funky flavors, if that is what you fear. You are most welcome.
    by Badotz6/13/2013
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  • A. My thinking behind it is that I seal the bag of as tight as possible and tape the bag shut. I keep my flour as long as its not discolored or chunky or has bugs that it can often attract. I even use it past the expiration date.
    by FoxyRoxy4u4/18/2013
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