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Skill level:
Easy

### Things you need

• Measuring cups
• Measuring spoons

## Instructions

1. 1

Identify the amount of bread flour called for in your recipe. Write this figure down.

2. 2

Divide the amount of bread flour by 1 cup. For example, if the recipe calls for 3 1/2 cups of bread flour, and you divide this by 1 cup, your result will be 3.5.

3. 3

Multiply the figure you arrived at in Step 2 by one tablespoon. If you arrived at 3.5, for example, your result will be 3.5 tablespoons.

4. 4

Add together the amount of bread flour called for in the recipe and the amount arrived at in Step 3. In our example, you would add 3.5 cups and 3.5 tablespoons. This is the amount of all purpose flour you will have to use in place of bread flour in your recipe.

5. 5

Follow the recipe as indicated. Where instructions call for bread flour, use the calculated amount of all-purpose flour instead.

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