wheat flour from which a large part of the starch has been removed, thus increasing the proportion of gluten.
- Also called gluten flour.
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“Obviously, bread flour is awesome,” Jenny says — after all, humans have been perfecting it for nearly 10,000 years.A recipe for fighting climate change and feeding the world | Sarah Kaplan | October 12, 2021 | Washington Post
Still, mixed with an equal amount of whole-wheat bread flour, it’s shaping up to make a good-looking loaf.A recipe for fighting climate change and feeding the world | Sarah Kaplan | October 12, 2021 | Washington Post
Then there was a run on baking supplies in the spring—when staples like wheat and bread flour sold out, many home cooks turned to alternative flours like oat and quinoa.
Pastry flour has more starch in it than ordinary family flour, or bread flour.
To summarize: a good bread flour contains a large percentage of gluten, is creamy in color, and granular to the touch.Foods and Household Management | Helen Kinne
To bake this bread, sift together one quart of this "whole-ground" rye flour and two quarts of white-bread flour.
White bread flour is made from spring wheat, which is richer in gluten than winter wheat and is of a rich cream color.The Laurel Health Cookery | Evora Bucknum Perkins
A blended flour, spring and winter wheat combined, is considered by some the most nearly perfect bread flour.The Laurel Health Cookery | Evora Bucknum Perkins