bread flour

noun
wheat flour from which a large part of the starch has been removed, thus increasing the proportion of gluten.
Also called gluten flour.
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Main Entry:  bread flour
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  unbleached, specially formulated flour with a high level of gluten, which contributes to the structure and elasticity needed for yeast bread dough
Usage:  cooking
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Pastry flour contains more starch and less gluten than bread flour, therefore makes a lighter, more tender cake.
Soft wheat has less protein, therefore less gluten, than the wheat used for all-purpose flour and a lot less than bread flour.
Bread flour has a higher gluten content then all-purpose flour and is used specifically for baking breads.
Its other food uses are breakfast cereals, bread flour and pearled barley as a soup thickener.
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