One can make other types of flour using all purpose flour, but not the reverse. The other flours have additional things added, foe example, Bread flour has wheat gluten and Self rising flour has salt and baking powders.
If you substitute plain flour for almond flour, you might get a satisfactory baked product, but it would be quite different from one made with almond flour. Plain flour is ground from wheat, so it is entirely different from almond flour in taste as well as in nutrition.
Yes, but not for the entire quantity of flour. You can usually substitute 10-20% of the plain flour with almond flour, depending on the recipe. Bear in mind that the recipe may not rise quite as well with almond flour (but it will still rise a bit).
I'm not sure what you mean by "plain flour", all purpose is as plain as it gets. You can use up to one fourth whole wheat flour in most recipes.
Plain flour most likely is AP flour and I say yes at any rate.
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).
Hmmm. One can not substitute flour with baking powder. One can however substitute selfraising flour with ordinary flour and a few teaspoons of baking powder. (My best guess would be approx 1 teaspoon of baking powder per 150-200 grams of flour.)
When Maddy was baking cookies, she used flour.
OATS! I had to make a few cookies without flour so i put some oats in my magic bullet and mixed them with some gluten free baking powder, this works well and doesn't give that "gluten free" taste.
Baking powder is a 1:3 ratio of baking soda to cream of tartar. You cannot just substitute cream of tartar for baking powder - you also need the baking soda.
Generally you can, yes.
Substitute regular flour and baking powder (1 tsp per cup of flour) for self-raising flour. Add a bit of salt if you like, but not necessary.
No use both
A substitute for Bisquik can be made with flour, baking powder, salt, and oil, shortening, or butter.
You can use cream of tartar and baking soda as a replacement for baking powder. One half teaspoon of cream of tartar and one quarter teaspoon of baking soda will equal one teaspoon of baking powder.