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Flour Duster



A Flour Duster is a tool for sprinkling flour. You can use it to dust surfaces for rolling pastry or kneading dough, dust breads, or dust baking pans.

It is a set of thick coiled stainless steel wires attached to a steel handle. It will be 9 inches (23 cm) long altogether.

Pressing the handle opens the coils in half. You scoop up flour in the opened coils, then release the handle to bring the two sets of coils back together again. A spring keeps them both closed together.

You then hold the duster over the surface you want to dust, and press the handles slowly to start releasing the flour in it.

You can also use a Flour Duster for sprinkling cocoa, sugar, spices such as cinnamon, fine dried bread crumbs, cornmeal, ground nuts, candy sprinkles, etc.

It is useful when using a paper stencil on the top of a cake.

A similar item, a Flour Dredger, is designed to release a heavier coating of flour.




See also:

Cooking Tools

AGA Stoves; Alambic Stills; Batterie de Cuisine; Biscuit Brake; Branding Iron; Bread Bins; Butter Muslin; Canning Funnels; Cans; Cheesecloth; Chopsticks; Compote; Contact Paper; Cookware; Corkscrews; Corks; Dishwashers; Dough Scrapers; Egg Cups; Egg Timers; Esky; Fat Separators; Flour Dredgers; Flour Duster; Food Pushers; French Butter Crock; Funnels; Graters; Griddles; Ice Pick; Icing Syringe; Kitchen String; Kitchen Tongs; Kneading Gloves; Knives; Microwave Food Covers; Microwave Ovens; Milk Cellar; Milk Frother; Oxo Good Grips; Paraffin; Pea Sheller; Proof Box; Rolling Pins; Salad Spinner; Salamanders; Salt Cellar; Salt Pigs; Self-Basting; Separating Eggs; Spatulas; Steamers; Thermometers; Tortilla Warmers; Treen; Tupperware; Uchiwa; Whisks

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Oulton, Randal. "Flour Duster." CooksInfo.com. Published 04 June 2005; revised 18 February 2007. Web. Accessed 12/17/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/flour-duster>.

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