For the most part yes. Depending on the cookie, it might make a difference in the level of crispness.
Any wheat flour should work. If you use all whole- wheat flour, you will end up with a heavier bread which is also a bit more crumbly. Other flours such as rice flour don't co…ntain gluten, which is what allows bread to rise and have the texture it does. The gluten forms strands trap air and cause the bread to rise.
ok uhem.. here is what your looking for:Bleached flour is whiter, has finer grains and gives your food a tempting aroma and look. And unbleached flour is less white or yellowi…sh and may not be able to produce the effects as that of beached flour.
The difference between unbleached and bleached flour is that bleached flour has been chemically whitened and unbleached hasn't. Unbleached flour has slightly more nutritive va…lue.
Unbleached is exactly that - they don't whiten it. This is preferable for people concerned with chemicals in their food and for people who are concerned about the enviro…nment. As far as the cooking results - the food will be the same flavor, but for some things like bread, the color will be closer to brown.
yes this makes whole wheat noodles
Yes, strong bread flour has more gluten than ordinary flour but will be fine in your banana bread although I hope it has baking powder in the recipe . It can be a bit st…odgy otherwise.
No. I'm doubtful anyone will take a second bite. Unbleached flour does not have enough protein or gluten to create structure or rise. Make sure the family dog doesn't have …breakfast and is good and hungry by 'cake' time.
Yes, the recipe will work the same. Unbleached flour is preferred by many people because they believe it is healthier since it hasn't been treated for bleaching, but it doesn'…t react differently when cooking.
Regular bleached white flour.
Some common substitutions (depending on the individual's personal preference and recipe) are.... *White flour *Whole wheat flour *Rice flour *Cake flour
they should do yes, pretty much every flour type is the same. :)
Yes, it will work just as well.
No, they work the same when baking.
you could but the different flour creates different texture in the food so youll probably get a hard outer crust at the end