3 Reviews

I knew that my breads were missing something. Since trying this recipe and adding the gluten to my AP flour, I finally have excellent results. I have also used this method for pizza dough. I am able to purchase this product in the bulk section of my local grocery store. I have been told that the shelf life on this product is six months and because I only bake bread, buns etc. a few times a month, the bulk department seems to be best. I would only purchase it bulk if the store was reliable though, because one never knows how long the product would sit before it was purchased.

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mjane October 14, 2011

Having lived the majority of my life with no need to enhance my dough, I've changed my mind. Now, what other ingredient have I deemed unusable and may have a change of mind.

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gailanng February 02, 2012

Seemed to work great for me. I hate buying bread flour because one bag is 2 recipes for the family size I have. It works better for me to buy a 25lb bag of AP flour and make my own bread flour every month when I need it. So far I've made french bread and bagels and they came out great.

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MamaBird2four July 11, 2014
Homemade Bread Flour Substitute