How to Keep Bugs out of Flour?


Freeze your flour. It sounds weird, but the freezer will not adversely affect it. There is no moisture in the freezer, so there are no clumps. Spread bay leaves around your kitchen. This natural bug repellent is an old wives way of keeping the
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if you freeze the flour after purchase, it will kill all of the bugs.
1 Freeze the flour. As soon as you bring flour home, seal it inside a freezer bag and put it in the freezer for 96 hours (four days). [1] Remove and store as usual. The freezing process
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