Bread flours

During the knead and the bread shaping phase, the gluten rises and creates an elastic cloth that traps the carbon dioxide, which makes the bread rise by increasing its volume. The bigger the quantity of gluten in the flour the more the flour is said to be strong. If the flour is too weak, when the carbon dioxide expands, it can break the gluten cloth; as a result bread wilts and the bubbles remain small

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