from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not bleached or whitened: unbleached flour; unbleached linen.
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- adj. not bleached
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not bleached; of the color that it has after weaving: noting cloth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not artificially colored or bleached
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I gave up hope long ago that cake flour would ever be available in unbleached.
Formerly, the only bleaching agent known was the sun's rays, and linen and cotton were put out to sun for a week; that is, the unbleached fabrics were spread on the grass and exposed to the bleaching action of sun and dew.
At my grocery store today, 5 pounds of brand-name unbleached flour is
When I hear the words “earth tones” I think of every tone on the earth, and like to cut “and the” out of the phrase “man and the environment”, like a tag out of a T-shirt, then lie down on unbleached linens to turn the fine glossy paper with its color reproductions.
Robbins says there will indeed be some difference between cakes made with the bleached and unbleached versions:
“(W) e really care about offering the highest-quality product free of unnecessary chemicals, and our cake flour has been the one product in which we compromised our unbleached stance,” spokeswoman Allison Furbish wrote when I asked about the new flour.
I am unreasonably excited that King Arthur Flour is coming out with an unbleached cake flour.
I find that adding it in combination with unbleached all purpose flour gives me the texture that I am looking for in these rolls.
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Remember to look for “whole wheat flour” or “whole-grain flour” as the first ingredient—“wheat flour” and “enriched unbleached flour” could sneak white flour into the recipe without your knowing it.