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bruce11 Jan 4, 2007 03:36 PM

Hi: Believe it or not I cannot find KingArthur Bread Flour on the upper east side. Any help? Allen

  1. Mickey Blue Jan 4, 2007 06:00 PM

    Odd...well have you tried any of the "Whole Foods" stores?? I was there recently, and they had a nice selection of flours.

    1. yongjoo Feb 13, 2007 09:49 AM

      Just curious if you found King Arthur Bread Flour? I've been looking as well.

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        athenawho Feb 13, 2007 10:23 AM

        You can simply buy some gluten and add it to your regular, all purpose king arthur flour to make your own bread flour. There should be a ratio on the box of gluten to help you figure out how much to add. You can find vital gluten at Whole Foods and most health-food stores. Good luck!

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        1. re: athenawho
          yongjoo Feb 26, 2007 07:26 PM

          Makes complete sense, thanks. If anyone is interested here's the ratio:
          1 cup of all-purpose white flour + 1 tsp of vital wheat gluten
          OR the amount of vital wheat gluten to be added is 2% of the flour weight

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          Muffin Feb 28, 2007 09:42 AM

          I was also looking for King Arthur bread flour. Went to Whole Foods in Union Square,
          and while they do have a nice selection of King Arthur flours, they don't carry bread flour (I asked).

          I ended up ordering it from Baker's Catalogue.

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            ChrisZ Mar 1, 2007 04:31 AM

            Try using Harvest King bread flour. Should be available at most Gristedes and Fairway.

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