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Source for Unbleached Cake Flour?


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Source for Unbleached Cake Flour?

manofthehoff | Jun 21, 2011 02:07 PM

I've recently been baking more cakes, and I've been using bleached cake flour. The texture of the cake is wonderful, but I swear I can taste a slight "off" flavor, almost bitter, from the bleached flour. I use unbleached all-purpose flour in all my other baking, and the flavor is cleaner.

Now I did find some King Arthur unbleached cake flour at Whole Foods, but they're selling it at $5 for a 2 lb box. Does anyone know of an online source that sells unbleached cake flour for a better deal? I don't mind buying in bulk. Thanks!

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