You might check out the flour bag to see if there's any info on subbing whole wheat for the real thing, I think my bag of whole wheat flour has info. about that on there, but I rarely use it.
I found this info. online though, if you can't find anything on the bag:
Whole-wheat flour usually can be substituted for part or all of the all-purpose flour in most recipes. If a recipe calls for two cups flour, try one cup all-purpose and one cup whole-wheat. When completely substituting whole-wheat for white, use 7/8 cup whole-wheat for one cup of white flour.
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