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Bread flour in bulk - I'm sick of buying tiddly bags

(10 Posts)
meltedmarsbars Wed 16-Sep-09 09:25:09

I am making so much bread at the mo that I go through bags of flour at a rate of knots.

Do you, can you buy 15 or 20 kg bags? If so, where from and what do you keep it in?

oopsacoconut Wed 16-Sep-09 09:30:36

We get ours from Shipton Mill here fortunately for us they are not far from us but they also do flour direct either in small bags oor large sacks.

meltedmarsbars Wed 16-Sep-09 09:55:03

Hmm, gloucestershire - a bit far for a bag of flour, but might consider the delivery service.

CMOTdibbler Wed 16-Sep-09 09:58:19

My mum buys 25kg at a time from Wessex Mill who deliver for 3 quid

meltedmarsbars Wed 16-Sep-09 10:27:43

Thanks, Thats very near mil - will have to look it up when I'm next there. Shame they don't seem to do organic.

mychildrenarebarmy Mon 21-Sep-09 12:01:59

We get ours from Shipton mill in big bags. The cost of delivery from Shipton mill is included in the price of the bag.

meltedmarsbars Mon 21-Sep-09 21:55:45

Thank you - now I need to think what to store it in...

alfiesmadmother Tue 22-Sep-09 18:58:15

When I went in TESCO at the weekend I was suprised to see huge drums of oil, sacks of potato and bags of flour etc! I was so excited! Til I realised I had come on the bus!

meltedmarsbars Wed 23-Sep-09 10:42:51

You need a tartan granny-bag-on-wheels!

mumof2222222222222222boys Wed 23-Sep-09 11:01:39

thanks for that link. Have been looking for big bags for a while. No joy in costco and I have never seen big bags in Tescos either.

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