Can I Substitute Bread Flour for All Purpose Flour?

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Yes, you can substitute bread flour for all purpose flour. Look for an all purpose brand that has a similar amount of protein to bread flour.
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1. Look up how much all-purpose flour your recipe calls for. 2. Measure the exact same amount of bread flour. 3. Add this to your recipe.
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The two flours aren't interchangeable. Oat flour contains much more moisture than all purpose (made from wheat) flour. You can bake and use it to 'oven fry' meats but it absorbs liquid.including
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Pastry flour is a specialised flour often used in making baked goods like croissants or tarts for tender results. However, if you only have all-purpose flour on hand, you can substitute
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One cup of self-rising flour contains 1-1/2 teaspoon baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Adjust recipes accordingly.
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