Gold Medal Flour, All Purpose
Description: Enriched. Bleached. Presifted. Per 1/4 Cup Serving as Packaged: 100 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 0 mg sodium (0% DV); less than 1 g sugars. Over 125 years of baking success. Premium quality. Since 1880. The Gold Medal Story: 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 125 years ago, we earned the right to be called Gold Medal. And, we've gone up to become America's No. 1 selling flour brand (based on Nielsen Sales Data ending May 31, 2013). Every day we work to live 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. Great recipes at www.goldmedalflour.com. Tested & approved in the Betty Crocker kitchens. Each Betty Crocker product promises delicious homemade taste every time. 1-800-345-2443 Mon-Fri 7:30 am-5:30 pm CT. www.bettycrocker.com. General Mills, Box 200, Minneapolis, MN 55440. www.GoldMedalFlour.com. Expertly milled in the USA.
Ingredients: Bleached Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin (a B Vitamin), Iron, Thiamin Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Folic Acid (a B Vitamin).
Directions: Your Kitchen Rules: When to Use it: All purpose means just that - our most versatile flour for any recipe that simply calls for flour. Strong enough to take high-rising yeast breads to new heights. And mellow enough to make your family's favorite pie crust recipe to flaky perfection (even without sifting). Gold Medal All Purpose is made of the stuff you can trust. A blend of pure white hard and soft wheat so every bite looks and tastes its absolute best. Store it: Thousand of years ago, flour was store 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. Measure it: Just scoop and level. No sifting necessary. Substitute it: All purpose means just that: use it in a pinch for recipes calling for self rising flour with just a dash of other ingredients. For one cup flour, add 1-1/2 teaspoons of baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Cups Per Pound: There are 3-1/3 cups of flour per pound and about 6-2/3 cups per 2 pound bag. To bake is to wait. Do not eat raw dough or batter.
Manufacturer: General Mills
Product Size: 2 lb