TikToker shares flour hack that left some viewers ‘traumatized’

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TikToker Melissa Rose (@designeatrepeat) is a food blogger who frequently posts simple and unique dessert recipes “for the butter-loving baker.” TikToker Melissa Rose (@designeatrepeat) is a food blogger who frequently posts simple and unique dessert recipes “for the butter-loving baker.” Recently, Rose shared a video in which she explains how bugs can get into flour and what you can do to keep them out. while viewers found the shiny hack useful, it also left them a bit confused. while viewers found the shiny hack useful, it also left them a bit confused. “You know there are these tiny insects that are attracted to flour,” Rose mentions at the start of the clip. footage showed her sifting flour to show viewers the weevil at the bottom of the bag. Rose explains that the weevils will “lay their eggs in that glue strip” when the flour bag is opened. Rose recommends storing the flour in an airtight container rather than in the bag. In the comments section, Rose goes into detail saying that the weevils are often already in the bag when you buy the flour. In the comments section, Rose goes into detail saying that the weevils are often already in the bag when you buy the flour. “The container prevents them from entering or leaving, so at least they remain constrained [because] they can also come from other products (rice, pasta, etc.) and then end up in open bags of flour,” she explains. Viewers have found the flour trick both useful and annoying, with many unaware that such bugs exist. “Also the reason why you should always sift your flour,” one viewer recommended

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