Sifting flour

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Presifted Flour
Not worth it. Regardless of which side of the sifting-versus-not-sifting debate you're on (here's one pastry chef who says the practice isn't worth the trouble), presifted flour won't save you any time. Since the product compacts during shipping and handling, you'll still need to aerate it once you start baking.
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