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Is there any truth to the email that flour is good for burns on you?

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I don't think it will heal but as a quick remedy it does keep the air out of a burn to stop the pain

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While making bread it has a sudden smell of something burning, what can this be?


That often happens because when the flour is mixed in the beginning small amounts are kicked up in a dust and can settle then on the heating element. Later when the heating elements comes on to bake that fine flour dust can smell for a few seconds. until burns off. If the smell doesn't go away after a while then you may have a problem

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Benefits of flour,


Definitely , absolutely NOT! NEVER EVER put flour on burns.
This can pull the skin away and cause a terrible amount of pain and possible infection. Cool water on superficial burns, and other burns cover with a clean cloth and seek medical aid at once!!!!!!

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Can you use flour as a cure for burns?


http://www.snopes.com/medical/homecure/flourburns.asp

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When Should You put flour on burns?


When you're on a different planet.

The standard treatment for burns is to put the affected area under cold water, e.g. from a cold tap, for at least 20 minutes.

http://www.snopes.com/medical/homecure/flourburns.asp

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Does flour soothe a burn?


NO it certainly does not. It's one of the worst thing you can do as the flour would stick to any blister and cause a lot of problems. If the burn is not severe. First run it under a cold tap then pat dry and apply the juice from an aloe vera plant then cover with a bandage to keep germs out.. If it is a bad burn cover with a clean cloth and seek medical aid.

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If you put your hand in plain white flour after a burn, will that prevent burning and blistering?


No. no no and no. Flour will temporarily stop bleeding but should NEVER be used on a burn. Mild burns should be held under cold running water for a few seconds. carefully dried and sap from an aloe vera plant. Then covered to keep out air and germs. Blistered burns should always be covered with a clean cloth and medical dought . And never puncture a blister. It helps to keep the wound clean. Cover it ligtly and seek medical aid.o

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Is it possible to sift flour electronically?


Yes! you pour flour into the machine and it sifts it for you! the sifted flour then falls into the lower bowl. this one is good-http://www.pastrychef.com/TABLETOP-ELECTRIC-FLOUR-SIFTER_p_1906.html

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The bread machine was finished and upon opening and trying to get bread out of the machine I found that the top of the bread was sticky and wet. why??? i was carefull the yeast, flour & OTHER...


Hi, a common mistake that people make using bread machines is to use the wrong kind of flour. If you are using all purpose flour it will not perform well. You need to use flour marked "bread flour" on the bag. Also the yeast and water have to be at the right temperature. I could probably help you better with a chat on fixya, but perhaps what I have already suggested will help. If you want to chat I suggest 7:00 pm eastern time tomorrow. email me back if you want to try that.
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The flour I am using in All purpose - the book states it is ok to use in Canada. I also tried AP flour then tried a loaf with AP flour and added wheat gluten...still heavy.


If you want really good bread you need to ditch the all purpose flour. It will always be more dense and short compared to bread flour. Be sure to buy a bag of flour that says "bread flour" on the bag.You will get a more normal looking and tasting bread.

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