Bulk Flour Storage

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      I store mine in the deep freeze. Christina

      herberkids3 wrote: What about 5 gallon buckets with lids? I don’t know if they are as
      air tight as tupperwear style containers, but certainly much larger
      and easier to store.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Annie De” wrote:
      >
      > The rise in bread prices has floored us recently. The cheapest we
      can
      > find is $2 a loaf, and
      that’s for the highly-proccessed, white
      stuff
      > that I can’t stand to put in my body. I know many swear by the
      bread
      > outlet stores but our local store is filled with overly stale
      bread
      > that falls apart the moment you try to do anything with it.
      >
      > So, being home all day, I decided to start baking our own bread.
      I’d
      > rather invest the time in making bread where I know what all of
      the
      > ingredients are.

      After much experimentation, I found a bread
      recipe
      > that we like and is easy to make.
      >
      > I want to buy flour in bulk from Costco (20 lb bags) to cut down
      on
      > costs. The question is, how can I store it so bugs can’t get into
      it
      > but not be intrusive? I don’t have a lot of storage or closets in
      my
      > house to hide a container and with 2 inqusitive kids, I have to
      keep it
      > secure.

      Any ideas?
      >
      >
      Anne
      >

      Christina Wyatt

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