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H&R (Hotel & Restaurant) Flour: Good For Cakes?

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I love this forum!!! Everyone is so helpful. I feel so at home!

 

I recently bought 25lb of H&R flour by Bay State Milling for $9.95. Why is it called H&R instead of AP? What's the difference?

 

I'm looking for good reports about it in making cakes. It does make a pretty nice banana bread though.

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It depends on the brand.  Some are just all purpose flour repackaged.  You would have to contact the manufacturer to be sure.

 

Should work fine wherever you normally use AP flour.

 

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