Can you substitute regular flour for bread flour?
Yes, you can absolutely make a 1:1 substitute. For 1 cup bread flour, use 1 cup all-purpose, and vice-versa (note breads and pizza crusts made with all-purpose flour may have a little less chew than those made with bread flour, but results will still be good).
Is plain flour and bread flour the same?
In our country, plain flour is always made from soft grains, so this is the one for cakes, pastry and so on, whilst the one labelled strong flour, which has a high gluten content, is the one needed for most types of bread , although for something like a pizza dough, where you don't need the dough to rise as much, a …
Is white flour the same as all purpose flour?
White flour is sold as both self-rising flour and all purpose flour, and it's common to get the two a little confused. Though all flour is a “wheat” product, in the case of white flour, during the refinement process the bran and the germ are removed, leaving only the endosperm of the wheat kernel behind.
What is bread flour?
Bread flour is milled from hard spring wheat, which has a higher protein content than the hard winter wheat used in all-purpose flour. Protein adds strength to dough and enables loaves of bread to rise high. Our bread flour checks in at 12.7% protein, while our all-purpose flour is at 11.7%.