|Specialty||No artificial colors, No Preservatives|
|Region Produced In||India|
|Item part number||R893|
|Net Quantity||2000 gram|
|Product Dimensions||26 x 19 x 9 cm; 2 Kilograms|
|Serving Size||1.99 Kilograms, 985 Grams|
|Country of Origin||India|
JOSEF MARC Farine De Ble T65 Bread Flour, 4 LBS - Unbleached & High Protein Flour, All Purpose Bread Flour, Strong Bread Flour
- Josef Marc's T65 is perfect for making bread, puff pastries, croissants and baguettes. This type of flour is best known for making croissants. This flour gives a light open textured loaf with a crisp crust. It is medium in protein content, and when this protein is mixed with water it forms gluten.
- Strong French style little coarse bread flour
- The traditional French bread is made with only flour, yeast, and water. That's why the quality of flour plays a vital role in the overall process of baking. T65 flour is equivalent to type 0 italian flour, euro 550 flour type, and american all-purpose flour. Our T65 flour is non-fortified, unbleached and unbromated. Our farine de ble T65 bread flour is used by chefs & bakers across the globe.
- Josef Marc farine de able T65 strong bread flour contains various different flours like, amaranth flour, sorghum flour, etc and is prepared to make a healthy dense mix of delicious bread and other gluten-free specialties.
- Package Content: 1.8 kg of Farine De Ble T65 Bread Flour; Quantity: 1.8 kg; Shelf Life: 180 Days; Ingredient Type: Vegetarian
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|00 Pizza Flour||T55 All-Purpose Flour||T65 Bread Flour||T150 Wholemeal Flour||T45 Cake Flour|
|Protein||11.0% To 12.5%||11.0% To 12.5%||12.0% To 13.2%||12.0% To 13.2%||8.5% To 9.5%|
|Minerals||0.45% To 0.50%||0.45% To 0.55%||0.6% To 0.65%||1.25% To 1.50%||0.4% To 0.45|
|Special Feature||High Fermentation Tolerance||Versatile Application||Strong Bread Flour||Wholemeal Flour||100% Soft Wheat|
|Grain Hardness||Hard Durum||Soft||Moderate||Moderate||Soft|
|Crumb Impact||Versatile||Light Open Textured||Light Open Textured||Light Open Textured||Fine Dense Textured|
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I have been messing up sourdough breads since I am using it. Am going to give up. I have one unopened 1 kg packet. Anyone wants😃😃
👇🏼After few days
Well, baked baguettes and they were excellent.
I will say don’t use for sourdough bread.
Brioche, baguettes and milk loaf bread are meant to be made with this flour. Result is class apart.
But alas, this was by far the *worst* flour I have ever worked with for any purpose. No matter the amount of hydration, the dough is a gloopy paste, has no strength and will not hold its shape. Someone said it's worse than using maida, I will go a step further and say it's worse than using atta, that would likely build a better texture and crumb. This was an absolutely wasted purchase and I am so angry at the hours I spent working this dough, trying everything to salvage it.
I am genuinely surprised at the positive comments and answers here because for me, this was the worst dough I have touched and I am somewhat obsessed with dough at this point.
Save yourself the money, don't buy this. It would be overpriced(but something I could live with) if it did what it promised. It's a very weak flour, I highly doubt the gluten content is 12+% as the packaging claims because I've boosted maida with added gluten to 10-11% which has a lot more strength than this absolute horror.
I don't know how loaf bread would turn out with this but if youre hoping to do a boule, just close this tab and look elsewhere. I wish I had a source of actual good strong flour because this got my expectations up and let me down severely.
So i will only order 1kg / 2lb to be sure I get good delivery to enjoy their flour again.
The only feedback is with the delivery;
I ordered 2 packs of 1kg flour! But instead 1 pack received. So not exactly got what I paid for so far.
The bread was almost double the size of the usual pillsbury and aashirvad aata. And it was tripple in softness.
Which also sets me thinking that however good this aata might be but it surely must be towards maida.
But yes the breads werw super duper soft and double the size for sure