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post #31 of 33

Barnaby81  Yes as you say some of us, will like to me a little bit more that just a kilo of flour...It seems It could be a perfect christmas gift, but to be done in the summer, little by little, so How to make it last for a year in storage? like we do with marmalade and salsas? It can be done...but how?

post #32 of 33

While I don't often make large batches any more, I dry the unused pasta on a pasta drying rack.  When dry, it is stored in a long box lined with wax paper.  Keeps fine, and when I go to use it, it is still better and cheaper than any to be found in the store. 

post #33 of 33

homemade pasta is good job

 

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