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yes, you can
All purpose flour.
i would thank so
In general, yes.
yes of course you can! yes of course you can!
wheat gluten powder..
You use a regular bread recipe and substitute half of the flour with whole wheat flour.
Add 2 additional tablespoons of bread flour to the recipe for each 1 cup of flour that is called for.
Bread flour is a high protein flour, usually between 12-14% protein. You need this to develop the gluten, all those little strands of protein which form the structure of the bread. Cake flour has a very low protein content, which makes for tender cakes (not chewy!) The best substitute for bread flour is all-purpose flour, preferably unbleached.
omit any baking powder from the recipe
yes you can adjust the water
Add 1 teaspoon Wheat Gluten to each 1 Cup of white or wheat flour to substitute for bread flour.
Yes, it will work just as well.
yes you can. it tastes the same!
You can use other types of flour. (White, wheat, bread, cake, ect.)
Not to bake stuff like bread. You can substitute 1 baking soda for 2 baking flour to make reductions. You can substitute 1 baking soda for 1 baking flour for gags (throwing on someone in the shower).
Teff can be used as a substitute for wheat. If you are making injera bread but teff flour is not available, you can use wheat flour, rice flour, or barley flour.
i would have to say no
Add 1 1/4 tsp. baking powder for each cup of flour. Bread flour may not be preferred if making biscuits, cakes, or pastries. Use cake flour or all-purpose flour for those.
Yeah of course that's pretty much why it's called ALL- PURPOSE flour
i suggest to use flour batter ins ted of egg batter which can be substitute just mix some flour and water by whisk. which will be help for coating bread crumb
No, wholemeal bread mix should not be used as a substitute for wholemeal flour. Wholemeal bread mix contains other ingredients in addition to flour, including a leavening agent, salt, sugar, flavorings and preservatives.
If you add wheat gluten to your recipe, maybe a tbsp or so (depending on how much flour? tbsp per 1 or 2 cups of flour?), that will serve as a substitute. Most often you can get good results with the substitution. Bread flour has more gluten and thus holds more CO2 from the yeast to make fluffier breads.