The difference between whole wheat flour and white flour is that whole wheat is made outt of the WHOLE WHEAT and white flour isnt. Whole wheat is better though...
White flour is bleached to change the color and taste.
white flour is often a lot finer whereas whole wheat still has all the fibres and everything still mixed in. whole wheat is a lot better for you!
Avoiding the facetiousness of a previous answer...
the diffrentes is white flour is diffrent from wholemeal wheat Wholemeal flour is made from the entire grain including bran, endosperm, and germ. Strong white flour has a high gluten content.
Whole wheat flour is just that, wheat that is ground into flour with nothing removed. White flour is just the middle part of the wheat kernel without the bran or wheat germ. Enriched flour has vitamins added to it to make up for the bran and wheat germ. Refined could mean any of these other than whole wheat.
white bread is bleached whilst wheat is all natural In the United States, there is not necessarily a difference between White and Wheat bread. The difference might only be in what the manufacturer decided to put on the label. There is a definition for white bread in the Code of Federal Regulations. There is no definition for wheat bread. Wheat bread is also made from wheat flour which could included bleached flour and and it does not mean whole wheat. In the U.S., 'natural' has nothing to do with it.
White bread is a wheat bread. Now if you mean 'whole wheat' versus white, then the whole wheat is made from flour that still contains the bran and germ of the wheat grain. Plain white flour is made from only the endosperm. Whole wheat bread is considered healthier than plain white bread. Please note that there is a white whole wheat flour on the market.
100% whole wheat bread is made with no other type of flour besides whole wheat flour. Breads that are labeled "whole wheat" contain some percentage of whole wheat along with other types of flour, usually white wheat flour.
White bread is made from wheat flour that has been processed to remove the bran and germ - thereby making it white. Whole wheat bread has been made with whole wheat flour - four that has been processed from the intact grain. Whole wheat bread will naturally contain more fiber. There are some recent varieties of wheat that produce a whiter flour. You can find them on the grocery shelf labeled as "white whole wheat".
Wheat flour is more nutritious than white flour.
White flour has had the inner husk or bran and the germ (the seed) parts removed so that just the starch contents of the wheat remain. Whole wheat flour has all these ground into the flour, so has more fibre and nutrients. It also has a little more oil, (such as the wheat bran oil), and therefore has a shorter shelf life. Whole wheat flour requires a little more moisture to be added to recipes when used instead of refined/plain/white wheat flour because the bran absorbs some moisture.
Flour is wheat that has been ground to a fine powder. White flour has the wheat "husk" or germ removed.
Flour oftentimes goes through a process known as bleaching. This makes the white baking flour most people are accustomed to and which they like to use in baking; however, while this makes the flour more suitable to common baked goods, it also strips much of the nutritional value from the flour. By not doing the bleaching process, you retain the whole wheat aspect of the flour, making it healthier and heartier.
"White flour" generally does refer to refined wheat flour, so yes, in answer to your question.
I think you are confusing the homophones flower and flour. Flour is ground wheat used to make bread from and comes in many varieties of which white and wholemeal are but two examples.
The difference between plain white flower and whole meal flour is that whole meal flour is a little denser. Also plain white flour is bleached so it looks white.
wheat flour because white flour is bleached to change the taste and color
White flour is wheat flour. The asker may intend to ask whether whole wheat flour can be substituted for white flour. The answer is yes, but the final product will be more dense and heavy than when made with white flour. Home bakers often compromise by replacing 1/3 to 1/2 of the flour in a recipe with whole wheat flour, then use white flour for the remaining amount.
yes, whole wheat flour can replace white flour. you can also use half and half, but the answer is yes
"White flour" is wheat flour, it's just been processed in a slightly different way. It's perfectly fine to use whole wheat flour instead of white flour in a pizza crust.
Different flours can be used interchangeably, although they will not produce identical products. White flour is a type of wheat flour that has all elements of the wheat grain removed except for the starchy inner part of the grain. It is usually chemically bleached to the preferred whiteness. Other types of wheat flour include unbleached white flour, whole wheat flour and cracked wheat flour. Bread flour is wheat flour with a higher percentage of gluten, while pastry flour is wheat flour with lower gluten. Self-rising flour is wheat flour to which salt and leavening ingredients are added. Some flours that can replace wheat flours are spelt flour, oat flour, rye flour, rice flour and corn flour. Each type of flour will have a distinctive taste and texture.
No, it is not.
i did not know you could get very strong white bread flour and probably not much
Gram flour is made from ground chick peas (garbanzos) which are a pulse, whereas white flour is made from ground wheat which is a grain. Gram flour has a higher protein content than wheat flour but does not contain gluten and therefore cannot so easily be used to make bread or crepes or any baked products that need to rise or hold together when cooked.