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rosario Feb 7, 2007 05:35 AM

I have a recipe for pumpernickel bread which calls for vital wheat gluten and for caramel powder colour. Does anybody know where these supplies might be purchased?

Thanks,

Rosario

  1. kpzoo Feb 7, 2007 11:44 AM

    Try calling Ares Kitchen & Baking Supplies:

    http://www.arescuisine.com/

    If they don't carry it they can probably tell you where to find it.

    hth!

    1. kpzoo Feb 7, 2007 01:42 PM

      Just occurred to me that you could also try Anatol Spices - they have an incredible variety of flavourings, colourings, etc.

      Anatol Spices - 6822 St. Laurent
      (514) 276-0107

      1. SnackHappy Feb 7, 2007 02:19 PM

        Bob's Red Mill makes vital wheat gluten. You can find their products in the natural foods section at most Provigo/Loblaws.

        1. r
          rosario Feb 8, 2007 12:46 PM

          Thanks to all. I found the "Red Mill" product at Papillon in Pointe Claire at $8.99 for 500g. They also have a bulk product called "gluten flour" at $3.99/lb which I was assured people use as a substitute. I shall try the cheap stuff - does anyone know if there is a real difference between the two products? The Red Mill is labeled at 70-80% protein but I could get no such info on the "gluten flour".

          Still need to follow up your suggestions regarding the caramel coloring.

          Thanks again.

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