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Default 00 Flour

Doreen I am showing you what is in King Arthur site about 00 flour.

Italian-Style Flour
Our American clone of Italian 00 flour is perfect for pizza, focaccia, and grissini.

Makes an extremely supple, extensible dough.
Ideal for light-as-air, tender pizza and other flatbreads.
Try it for pasta, too!
8.5% protein.
In a 3-pound bag, recipe included.

I looked for this for myself for such a long time I thought I would pass on the info to you and who ever wishes to know.
( a lurker Marie)

(Anthony, where are you getting the 00 flour? I have been looking for some, but honestly don't know where to start.Doreenin Northern Minnesota)


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