Korean pajeon flour same as Japanese okonomiyaki flour?

Answer the Koreans don't make the same "pizza"

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Does rice flour act the same as AP flour when thickening?

According to Colorado State University Extension, either rice starch or waxy rice flour can be used instead of all-purpose wheat flour for thickening. Use one tablespoon of rice flour for every tab... Read More »

Is patent / all purpose flour the same as plain flour?

All purpose flour can be substituted for plain flour in a cake recipe with acceptable results, but it is not the same as plain flour. All purpose flour is a combination of high protein bread flou... Read More »

Is 1 cup of tapioca flour the same as 1 cup of regular flour?

Tapioca flour is white and derived from the cassava root. It is often used in baking to produce a chewy effect most commonly sought after in breads. Tapioca flour is also used as a thickening agent... Read More »

Is bread flour the same as all-purpose flour?

Bread flour differs from regular flour in that it contains added protein to facilitate the rising and baking of yeast breads. Bread flour also contains a small amount of malted barley, which aids t... Read More »