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Bread Machine but no Bread Flour...

Katrina_R | Aug 21, 201106:39 AM     5

I recently inherited a bread machine and I’d like to try it out. All of the recipes that accompany the machine call for bread flour, however. I’m wondering, is there an easy way to substitute with all-purpose flour without ruining the bread? Use more yeast or something?

My Husband’s family works for a bread manufacturer, so I haven’t needed to make bread for a long time. But, if I truly need the bread flour, I can go get some. I just wanted to get opinions from everyone here at CH first. I did a quick search and couldn’t really find much about the topic, hope this isn’t a duplicate post.

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