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essential Waitrose Self Raising White Flour 1500g
Perfect for all round baking, essential Waitrose Self Raising White Flour 1500g will give you great results every time you bake.
Cakes, scones, muffins or cookies – whatever you are baking you will need a bag of this flour in the cupboard.
Another high quality product from Waitrose, this self-raising flour is an indispensable store cupboard item for any home baker.
One of our essential Waitrose branded products.
Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Raising Agents Monocalcium Phosphate and Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store in a cool dry place. For best before date see top of bag.
- Pack Type: Bag - Paper.
This is a stable purchase for me as I live in France and the self-raising flour available gateau farine is just not the same. It is impossible to make a Victoria sponge with French flour using a traditional English recipe. Using French flour the sponge barely rises and is dense, hard and inedible. Overall a great purchase for expats at a good price.
I decided to try this flour, as I normally trust the brand names such as Bero. I was pleasantly surprised. I've made scones and sponge cakes as well as some sweet loaves and the results have been great! The flour compares really well with some of the more famous brands and I consider it real value for money. In fact, I have just ordered more!
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