What's the Difference Between Baking with Unbleached and Bleached Flour?

Are you unsure of the difference between bleached and unbleached flour? We can help!

Baking with Bleached and Unbleached Flour

Bleached flour and unbleached flour can be used interchangeably in recipes. Milled flour will bleach, or turn white, on its own when allowed to stand exposed to air (unbleached flour). Because this takes time, bleaching agents are added to the flour to turn it whiter (bleached flour).

More Tips for Baking with Flour

We have even more advice for using different kinds of flour, including info on substituting one type of flour for another:

Bleached vs. Unbleached

How to Work with Flours and Grains

How to Substitute Whole Wheat Flour for All-Purpose Flour

Can I Substitute Baking Mix for All-Purpose Flour?

Gluten-free baking is a challenge without the right ingredients. Try our gluten free flour mix as a one-to-one replacement for all-purpose flour in your gluten-free baking.


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