FLOUR TYPE "0" - 35,27 OZ (1 KG) -

Soft wheat flour type 0. Ideal for bread and flat bread.
It is obtained by the ground and sieving of the soft wheat.
It is characterised by low content of ash (0,65% max), and by a content of plant fiber that is lower than the quantity that you find in flour type "0".

W 170-200

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1,20 €

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