Gold Medal Flour Whole Wheat - 5 Lb
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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 0.25cup
Servings Per Container: about 75
Calories Amount Per Serving
100
% Daily Value
Calories From Fat Amount Per serving (-)
Total Fat Amount Per serving 0.5g 1%
Saturated Fat Amount Per serving 0g 0%
Trans Fat Amount Per serving 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat Amount Per serving 0g
Monounsaturated Fat Amount Per serving 0g
Cholesterol Amount Per serving 0mg 0%
Sodium Amount Per serving 0mg 0%
Potassium Amount Per serving 110mg 2%
Total Carbohydrate Amount Per serving 21g 8%
Dietary Fiber Amount Per serving 3g 11%
Sugars Amount Per serving (-)
Other Carbohydrate Amount Per serving 18g
Protein Amount Per serving 4g
Vitamin A (-)
Vitamin C (-)
Calcium (-)
Iron 4%
Whole Wheat Flour.
Flour, Whole Wheat, All Natural

Per 1/4 Cup Serving as Packaged: 100 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 0 mg sodium (0% DV); 0 g total sugars, 3 g fiber (11% DV). 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, 2017). 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 to use it: Whole wheat flour is milled from complete wheat kernels which makes for a more satisfying chew and a flavor with great character. Use it to give your baked goods a litt

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Product Attributes
Kosher
Low Fat
Warning Contains: Warning: Flour is not ready-to-eat and must be thoroughly cooked before eating.
Directions Cook before sneaking a taste. Flour is raw. Please cook fully before enjoying. 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 flour, we recommend starting with 25% Whole Wheat flour and working your way up to 50% of the total flour required in the recipe. You can increase your percentage as you become more familiar with the recipes. Cups per Pound: There are 3-1/3 cups of flour per pound and about 16-2/3 cups per 5 pound bag. 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.
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