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Sprouted Rice Flour Storage

Sprouted Rice Flour Storage
Posted: 08/12/2012 8:38:37 PM
I purchsed a package of sprouted rice flour and forgot to mark it when I had purchased it as it has no expiration date. I put it in my refrigerator and can't remember when or how long it has been in there. I believe it has been a year but not sure. How long can this flour be stored, unopened in its orginal plastic bag? Is it safe to use for baking? Thank you! :)
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Re:Sprouted Rice Flour Storage
Posted: 08/14/2012 07:40:53 AM
I think your sprouted rice flour will be fine to use. I found some information in regard to shelf life and storage of sprouted flours and it indicates that even stored in a dry location without being refrigerated that the flour can be stored up to 18 months. Go to http://www.breadlink.co.uk/sproutedflour.html to see this information on sprouted flours. The information in regard to the shelf life, freshness and storage is towards the bottom of the page.

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