Urban Platter French T55 Fine Wheat Bread Flour, 1Kg / 35.2oz [Farine Francaise De Ble]

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION ABOUT BREAD FLOURS

What are the different types of bread flour?

There are 4 types of wheat flour that are most used in bread recipes. : all-purpose flour, bread flour, whole wheat flour and white whole wheat flour. All purpose flour is, I think, one of the most used flour in bread recipes. It has a gluten content between 9-11%.

Can you turn all purpose flour into bread flour?

Yes, you can use all-purpose flour instead of bread flour in recipes. When you use this flour you get amazing bread. That doesn’t mean you can only bake perfect bread using this flour. You can still bake amazing bread using all-purpose or wheat flour.

Do you need bread flour to make bread?

As for ingredients, all you’ll need is some all-purpose flour. Simply replace the bread flour called for in your recipe with an equal amount of all-purpose flour, and proceed as usual. If this seems too easy to be true, you are probably wondering about the different qualities of bread flour vs. all-purpose flour.

Is bread flour the same as strong flour?

Strong flour, also known as bread flour, is one of the many varieties of this pantry staple.

What’s special about bread flour?

Bread flour is a high-protein flour that typically contains between 12 and 14% protein and is designed for baking yeasted breads. The high protein content means that bread flour has more gluten in it, which makes the dough more elastic and light and results in a chewy and airy texture when baked.

What is the advantage of using bread flour?

Bread flour has a higher protein content (around 13% more), which leads to more stability, form and rise in the dough, allowing it to lift and hold shape. All purpose flour has a lower protein content, resulting in lighter, shorter breads, which makes it an ideal flour for cookies, cakes and more.

Can I make bread flour?

All you need to do is measure one cup of all-purpose flour. Put it in a sieve but do not sift it yet. Remove 1½ teaspoons or 4 grams of all-purpose flour. Then add 1½ teaspoons or 5 grams of wheat gluten on top of the all-purpose flour.

When should I use bread flour?

Best for: Cookies, bread, baked goods. Don’t use for: No restrictions, but you should sift it first for very tender baked goods. With a high protein content, bread flour is made from hard wheat and contains a greater amount of gluten than AP, which is made from softer wheat varieties.

How do you tell good flour?

Sifted [white] bread flour with 11% or higher protein is best when focusing on crumb structure and a voluminous, airy loaf. Lower-protein, sifted flour is best for cake. High-fat items like cookies and brownies are fine with high or low protein.

When do I use bread flour instead of all-purpose?

Use bread flour if you want a tighter crumb and a loaf that holds its shape, or choose all-purpose if you’re looking for a slightly more open texture and a bit more tenderness.

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