What Can I Do With 10 Pounds of Whole Wheat Flour? Good Questions

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Q: I am moving to a new apartment in about a month. Other than my spices, oils, and vinegars I need to eat all of the food I have stored up. It’s been going well up until now: throw a can of this in here, a box of this there, but now I am stuck with nothing but ten pounds of whole wheat flour and no all-purpose. I’ve made bread, rolls, pasta, everything I can think of.

What can I do with all of this flour?!

Sent by Nora

Editor: Nora, perhaps this is one more thing to add to the ingredients you’re moving to your new apartment? Flour doesn’t go bad too quickly, especially when stored in the freezer. Another good idea is to use it at the last minute to bake several loaves of whole wheat bread and give them out to your new neighbors after you move!

Readers, any more good ideas for using up a lot of whole wheat flour?


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