For example in Canada you can use white all purpose flour in the bread
machine and have wonderful bread. The bread machine cookbook says however
that you cannot hop to use American all purpose flour for the same results
as Canadian all purpose flour.
I just love to cook and make bread, with the bread machine and without but
what to buy? So now here I am in Switzerland with these flour choices from a
local chain store "Landi":
weiss-/semmelmehl 5Kg $6.80
Halbweiss-mehl 5Kg $7.90
Ruch-Mehl 5Kg $6.80
Bauern-Mehl 5Kg $9.90
Zopf-Mehl 5Kg $8.90
5-Korn-mehl 5Kg $11.90
Ur-Dinkelvollkornmehl 5Kg $16.50
Kürbiskernenbrot 2.5Kg $6.90
**I bought the Zopf-Mehl for now, I hope I can use it in the machine etc.
Anyone have any idea as to what is best for what?
Thank you for all and any suggestions,
Canadian Living in a Swiss Land
I've already accidently bought a small small bag of household flour which
I'm assuming wouldn't be the best to use in my bread machine.
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Now, you have to know thta du to varietal differencies between Wheat, flour
in the US and Canada have more protein (gluten) and accept more water. You
may have to adapt your recipes.
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"Karen Ramel" <ronk...@bluewin.ch> a écrit dans le message de news:
> Coming from Canada there's a LOT of things I just simply have no idea
> when it comes to Swiss products and their Canadian equivalent.
> For example in Canada you can use white all purpose flour in the bread
> machine and have wonderful bread. The bread machine cookbook says however
> that you cannot hop to use American all purpose flour for the same results
> as Canadian all purpose flour.
> I just love to cook and make bread, with the bread machine and without but
> what to buy? So now here I am in Switzerland with these flour choices from
> local chain store "Landi":
> weiss-/semmelmehl 5Kg $6.80
"Ulrike Westphal" <ostwe...@yahoo.de> a écrit dans le message de news:
sehr gut danke schon
floured canadian playing with bread dough in switzerland