Flour: While you can use any type of flour to make good pizza, there are two that I recommend: Caputo 00 Antimo Pizza Flour - you will find great Caputo Flour reviews here.
If you are looking for a gluten free flour, check out: King Arthur Flour Multipurpose Flour, Gluten Free, 24-ounces
There are many different types of flour that you can use to make pizza. The one you are probably most familiar with is good old All Purpose flour. This type of flour is found in all supermarkets.
If this is the only flour available to you, donít worry about it. Use it for now and you can always experiment with other types of flour.
Using all-Purpose flour is certainly acceptable. If that is the only flour available to you, use it. I have experimented with many different types of flour and my conclusion is this: use the flour that tastes best to you.
I urge you to experiment with several different types of flours to find the taste that you prefer. I have also used a mixture of half bread flour and half all purpose.
For the home pizza chef you need to use a high gluten flour which is readily avialable and at a good price. I use Better for Bread.
In an interview with Tim Huff, Master Baker at General Mills, I asked him: his recommendation
Here is a note about whole wheat flour. While, whole wheat flour can be used to make pizza, it can be difficult. Whole wheat needs to be hydrated more (that is more water needs to be added) and can make the dough very hard to manage.
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