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Semolina Flour:HELP ASAP!

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joefensterblau Aug 20, 2006 10:15 PM

I've had a zip-lock freezer bag full of semolina flour in cold area of my refrigerater for oh, maybe 2 years. It appears to be in pristine condition, fine grained, no clumps or lumps, no odor or discoloration of any kind. Craving hand-made pasta and wondering if I can still use this flour? I mix it with A/P. Someone please say YEAH! Thanks in advance.

  1. j
    joefensterblau Aug 20, 2006 10:35 PM

    BEAUTEEFUL! Just what I wanted to hear. Fresh noodles and chicken liver sauce coming up. Thanks again.

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      OldTimer Aug 20, 2006 10:30 PM

      Yes...definitely. Semolina does not have the same germ content as whole wheat, etc. I have kept it air tight in the freezer for years.

      1. k
        kittyfood Aug 20, 2006 10:29 PM

        It should be fine. Sniff and if it doesn't had an odd odor, it will be okay.

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