Definition of Self-raising flour

1. Noun. A commercially prepared mixture of flour and salt and a leavening agent.

Exact synonyms: Self-rising Flour
Generic synonyms: Mix, Premix



Definition of Self-raising flour

1. Noun. A type of flour that contains an agent which makes baked goods swell up when cooked. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Self-raising Flour

self-possessed
self-possession
self-praise
self-preservation
self-pride
self-proclaimed
self-produced
self-promotion
self-propelled
self-propelled vehicle
self-propelling
self-protection
self-publishing
self-punishment
self-raising
self-raising flour (current term)
self-realisation
self-realization
self-redress
self-reference
self-referent
self-referential
self-referential meaning
self-reformation
self-regard
self-regarding
self-regenerating
self-registering thermometer
self-regulating
self-regulation

Literary usage of Self-raising flour

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by United States Supreme Court, Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, LEXIS Law Publishing (1901)
"The acid used in making the self raising flour was all of it to be purchased from the Rumford Chemical Works, Various questions are presented by the record ..."

2. Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"This valuable improvement, introduced in 1850, by Hecker & Brother, was awarded the only Gold Medal given for Self-Raising Flour. ..."

3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Court of the United by Samuel Blatchford (1879)
"Again, it is said in behalf of the defendant who manufactures a self-raising flour, that he has now desisted from manufacturing any self-raising flour with ..."

4. International Exhibition, 1876: Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"This valuable improvement, introduced in 1850, by Hecker & Brother, was awarded the only Gold Medal given for Self-Raising Flour. ..."

5. Report on Vienna Bread by Eben Norton Horsford (1875)
"... from cream tartar, was mingled with its equivalent of bicarbonate of soda, and this mixture with flour, yielding what was called a self-raising flour. ..."

6. The Army Ration: How to Diminish Its Weight and Bulk, Secure Economy in Its by Eben Norton Horsford (1864)
"With the sausage rolled in the blanket, the coffee and sugar in one bag, and the self-raising flour or roasted wheat in another, the ration suffers no ..."

7. Economical Cookery by Marion Harris Neil (1918)
"self-raising flour 6 pounds flour i ounce salt i cup (Ii ozs. ... When keeping self-raising flour or similar preparations, it is important to observe that a ..."

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