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    What is Vital Wheat Gluten Flour?

    CookbookCarrie
    Thu Mar 17, 2005 12:56 pm
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    I'd like to make Low Carb Bread recipe #102631 BUT, it calls for 3/4 C. vital Wheat Gluten Flour...I have vital wheat gluten...is that the same thing? If not, can I make it somehow with flour and the Vital Wheat Gluten?

    TIA
    Carrie
    Heather Sullivan
    Thu Mar 17, 2005 7:27 pm
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    http://www.foodsubs.com/Flour.html
    gluten flour = instant gluten flour = pure gluten flour = vital wheat gluten Notes: This is flour with the starch and bran removed. Don't confuse it with bread flour = high-gluten flour, which is gluten-fortified flour, or with gluten = seitan, a meat analogue used in vegetarian dishes. Pure gluten flour is usually added to regular flour to turn it into bread flour, or it's used to make seitan.

    Seems like the same thing.. gluten flour, vital wheat gluten.
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