I purchased 5 pounds of high gluten flour from a local bakery. The owner said the brand is Bin 19 but I'd like find out some the specs like if it's bleached, the protein percentage, etc. I couldn't see the bag that it came from, it was back in the shop and the owner didn't have much information that he was willing to provide me. A Google search didn't reveal anything either.
high gluten flour
Can anybody recommend places to buy good bread flours and grains in the Rochester, NY area? I am able to find most of the things that I need at Wegman's, but have been unable to find high-gluten flour or hard spring wheat flour. They never seem to have quinoa in stock either.
I am looking for retail Kyrol Premium High Gluten Flour here in San Diego. I am getting crazy!
There is a recipe in Hamelman's book which calls for high gluten flour. I don't use this type of flour often. Can you substitute this with bread flour?
My wife mail ordered some high gluten flour from King Arthur Flour for our anniversary a few weeks ago, and I used it to make bagels. This is the first time I've used high gluten flour and the flavour was truly wonderful. My puzzle is this: was it really the high gluten content or just the fresh flour that I tasted? How exactly does high gluten flour contribute to the taste of the bagel? I'm not questioning the effect of the gluten on the texture of the bagel, (they were noticeably firmer) just its contribution to the taste.
Outside of ordering online (and I really don't want to do that) any ideas on purchasing retail now hard to get high gluten flour in the Washington, D.C.-Virginia-Maryland area?
Takoma Park, MD