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Where Flour Should Be Kept

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
April
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Flour is one of the cooking rn aterĂ­ais that often receive no thought as to where they shall be kept. Many houses are not provided wlth a stove closet, and a barrel of flour is put in the corner of the kitchen behind au outeide door "to have it out of the way and not fill up the pantry." Dampness affects flour, making it close and heavy ; besides flour vvill absorb the odor of many tliings as quickly as butter, so if one wishes to be sure of good and light bread and cakes one of the first things to do is to "fill up the pantry." Make feet of four email pieces of wood for the barrel to stand apon, tlius allowinu the air to circuĂ­ate around all parts of the barrel.

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Subjects
Old News
Ann Arbor Courier