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flour

[L. flos, flower]
Finely ground meal obtained from wheat or other grain; any soft fine powder.
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Homepride recently launched its new Bread Machine Flour in white and brown variants, specially formulated to make the perfect loaf in all bread machine models, while Allinsons has launched a completely new sub-brand in Baker's Grade--the first very strong white bread flour to be marketed under this premium label.
Or, if dough is too soft to form a ball, add more bread flour, 1 tablespoon at a time, until soft ball forms (flour must be completely absorbed before you add more; wait at least 30 seconds between additions).
The latest additions to the Allinson bread flour range are perfect examples of innovation in direct response to market needs.
Add two ounces of bread flour, stir gently to combine, and set aside at room temperature until foamy and doubled in volume, about 45 minutes.
Allinson has brought out a 3kg bag of strong white bread flour and hopes to boost sales of its 1.
Mix in one cup of buckwheat flour and four cups of bread flour.
As directed at left for recipes requiring kneading, add whole-wheat flour and more bread flour and knead.
Every pack contains exactly the right quantity of ingredients and yeast to make one large loaf of bread, all consumers heed to add is their favourite Allinson Bread Flour and water.
Any kind of wheat--red, white; winter, spring; hard, soft, or durum--can be used for bread flour.
For distinctive, crisp layers and high, light croissants, you need to fortify bread flour with a touch of glutten flour (both flours are available in supermarkets); this gives the dough just a little more stretch and strength.
Over 10 per cent of households now own an automatic breadmaker and sales of bread flour and mixes are worth more than 20 million pounds.
Add the bread flour, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon until the mixture forms a ball and pulls away from the sides of the pan.