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I do not have a sifter. What can I do instead when the recipe calls for sifted flour?

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Use a wire mesh strainer. Put the flour in it and shake it side to side over a bowl.

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You can use a whisk instead. When you whisk flour, it gets more aerated and fluffier.

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