Sorry for the confusion on that recipe! I checked with Chef Meg about this and she said that you can use bread flour, preferably a whole-grain variety. It's higher in gluten (protein), which means that it will help the dough stick together better. White whole wheat is made from lighter colored wheat.
Hope that helps!
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6/15/12 3:22 P
Huh - that is odd. I haven't heard of that type of flour either! I go everything unbleached 'cause just don't need that kinda junk in my food. So if whole wheat is not white, is white whole wheat bleached? I have found even "healthy" recipes and products sport some questionable ingredients, so discretion is advised always I believe. Typos can and do happen, we humans just aren't perfect so that is a possibility too. Good to have this brought forward.
6/14/12 5:41 P
Firstly, I love this book. It's exactly what I was looking for.
One thing I'm confused as all get out about is the recipe for the Multigrain Rolls. It calls for Whole Wheat Flour, which I found easily, but also something called "White Whole Wheat Bread Flour" I know what white flour is. I know what Bread Flour is. I know what Whole Wheat Flour is....but whole wheat white bread flour? I can't find this stuff anywhere. Is this a typo in the book? (I've found a few others). Is it ok to substitute other types of bread flour? (That's what I did).
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