Unmarked buckets of KA sir lancelot and special patent - How to tell?
I got some fantastic deals on KASL and KASP (bread flour) last spring in 50 lb. sacks. I promptly put them in my 6 gallon food storage buckets. As usual, I didn't bake much this summer and used the amounts in my small containers I keep in my cupboard when I did the occasional loaf.
So today I go to make pizza for the first time since spring. My cupboard container with the KASL is a bit low. I go in the pantry to refill out of the 6 gallon buckets. Uh, oh. I never labelled them. I've never done this before.
The question is obvious. Does anyone have any idea how I can determine which buckets are sir lancelot and which are special patent? 50 lbs. do not quite fit in a 6 gallon bucket, so there are four buckets. Unbelievable. This may be the dumbest thing I've ever done. Well, with baking anyway...