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10-lb Gold Medal Unbleached All-Purpose Flour EXPIRED

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Amazon has 10-lb Gold Medal Unbleached All-Purpose Flour on sale for $4.68 -> now $5.14 when you clip the 20% off coupon on the item page. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 10-Lb Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour for $6.24 - 5% when you checkout via Subscribe & Save - 20% when you 'clip' the coupon on product page = $4.68. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+. > S&S is no longer available, now $5.14 after clippable coupon, ships within 2 - 4 weeks

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We buy a lot of organic especially for our kids but more and more I'm finding out organic doesn't mean what most of us think it means. Just one example: https://www.scientificamerican.co...ntional-f/
That article basically says there was no difference in nutrition between organic and conventional. People buy organic (I assume) to not have pesticide residues but presumably conventional would have the same or better nutritive value as it's better protected from pests and fertilizer can be more easily controlled.
How long does flour last, in general? Amazon is notorious for having great deals on things that expire in a short period of time. Sure, you can return it, but they're banking most of us won't.

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There is no way that doesn't come delivered in one l piece.
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Even people that don't eat Organic, should only eat organic wheat flour. Wheat is inundated with Roundup.
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Even people that don't eat Organic, should only eat organic wheat flour. Wheat is inundated with Roundup.
Agree. But this is not wheat

Edit: never mind it is :/
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Even people that don't eat Organic, should only eat organic wheat flour. Wheat is inundated with Roundup.
We buy a lot of organic especially for our kids but more and more I'm finding out organic doesn't mean what most of us think it means. Just one example: https://www.scientificamerican.co...ntional-f/
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Agree. But this is not wheat

Edit: never mind it is :/
Uhh. Unless it's tapioca, rice, almond or some other exotic flour, it's wheat... There's also corn in popcorn.
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How long does flour last, in general? Amazon is notorious for having great deals on things that expire in a short period of time. Sure, you can return it, but they're banking most of us won't.
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We buy a lot of organic especially for our kids but more and more I'm finding out organic doesn't mean what most of us think it means. Just one example: https://www.scientificamerican.co...ntional-f/
That article basically says there was no difference in nutrition between organic and conventional. People buy organic (I assume) to not have pesticide residues but presumably conventional would have the same or better nutritive value as it's better protected from pests and fertilizer can be more easily controlled.
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Eating organic or non organic flour is not gonna kill you today, tomorrow, or 10 years from now. You have a greater chance of dying from other causes than consuming different flour.
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That article basically says there was no difference in nutrition between organic and conventional. People buy organic (I assume) to not have pesticide residues but presumably conventional would have the same or better nutritive value as it's better protected from pests and fertilizer can be more easily controlled.
Nutrition might be the same but there is definitely something different between regular flour and organic flour. My wife cannot eat even the unenriched, whole wheat flour, without experiencing bloat and discomfort. But the same recipe made with organic flour results in no issues. I've heard others have had the same experience.
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Uhh. Unless it's tapioca, rice, almond or some other exotic flour, it's wheat... There's also corn in popcorn.
I like my flour how I like my Exotic and unbleached
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This is a good price. It beats the price for AP unbleached store brand flour at Kroger. I think I get a better price per pound at Costco, but that's a 25 lb bag and they don't carry AP unbleached.
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There is no way that doesn't come delivered in one l piece.
Sounds like a fun challenge. I'm in for one to see how they ship it. If they keep sending them in padded envelopes exploded, free flour for life.

Will see when I actually get it with subscribe and save, maybe I-4 weeks lol.
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