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Wheat flour is one of those staple ingredients that’s in just about any pantry in this world. And if you don’t have wheat flour, you probably have some other sort of flour in your cupboard for sure. It’s also one of those ingredients that’s used in an awful lot of dishes, to name just a few: pies, muffins, cookies, sauces, quiches, bread, etc.
That’s why we made this useful infographic, explaining the highlights of (wheat) flou. Understanding flour will help you understand when to use it and what to use it for. Use this infographic when reading and learning more about food and science to help you grasp all the different concepts.
The topics explained in this infographic on (wheat) flour come back in a lot of other posts on this website. The gluten of wheat flour play an essential role in baking a high quality fluffy bread as we discuss in the post on gluten in scones vs. bread.