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Bread flour
Bread flour: Milled from high-protein wheats, bread flour develops strong gluten when kneaded, resulting in well-risen...
Soy flour
Soy flour: Soy flour is made from mature soybeans that have been dried, hulled, split and ground into flour. The...
Whole-wheat pastry flour
Whole-wheat pastry flour: Lower in protein than regular whole-wheat, has less gluten-forming potential (needed for...
Cake flour
Cake flour: Cake flour is milled from soft wheat that has a lower gluten content and higher starch content than all-...
Buckwheat flour
Buckwheat flour: Milled from buckwheat seeds, buckwheat flour has an assertive flavor often used in pancakes. It is...
Instant flour
Instant flour: Instant flour, such as Wondra, creates an especially light, crisp crust on sautéed fillets of meat or...
Masa harina
Masa harina: Masa harina is Mexican corn “flour” made from dried corn kernels that have been cooked in limewater (...
Rice flour
Rice flour: Rice flour is made from finely milled white rice. It is often used in Asian cooking for desserts and to...
Tapioca starch
Tapioca starch: Tapioca starch, also called sweet manioc starch or tapioca flour, creates a pleasing chewiness when...
White whole-wheat flour
White whole-wheat flour: White whole-wheat flour, made from a special variety of white wheat, is light in color and...
Oat flour
Oat flour: Oat flour, made from finely milled whole oats, is a good source of dietary fiber and whole grains. It can...
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