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MP557, Reviewed September 2002

Storing Food in the Cupboard

Staples

Baking powder

Baking soda

Bouillon cubes or granules

Bread crumbs

Cereals

Chocolate

Chocolate syrup

Cocoa mixes

Coffee

Coffee, instant

Coffee lighteners

Cornmeal

Cornstarch

Flour, white

Flour, wheat

Gelatin, all types

Grits

Honey

Jellies, jams

Molasses

Marshmallow cream

Marshmallows

Mayonnaise

Milk, condensed or evaporated

Milk, nonfat dry

Pasta. spaghetti, macaroni, etc

Pectin

Rice

Salad dressings

Shortenings

Sugar, brown

Sugar, confectioners'

Sugar, granulated

Syrups

Sweeteners, artificial

Tea, bags

Tea, instant

Tea, loose

Vegetable oils

Vinegar

Bread

Flour

Brown sugar

If brown sugar is so hard that a hammer is needed to break it, soften it by one of the following methods.

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