i thought an airtight container would do the job. we still get bugs after storing the small bags from PNS.Ah, yes the dreaded little guys. They add extra protein to the bread :-)
Luckily (or unluckily) we have a large family and go thru bread and flour very quickly. As for the bugs, good sized air tight containers help a lot. Alternatively, a big freezer or the lower side of a big fridge is also good.
Thank you all for the 2 pointers.
i would have to rent a storage space for a freezer to store the flour.
does anyone know how the retail stores stock their open bags of flour?