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#41 Wed 10 Dec 08 9:14am

GeoffP

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Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Premium "00" is Tipo 00.

You could also look in any of those supermarkets for "Pasta Flour" usually sold in 1lb equivalent bags.

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#42 Fri 12 Dec 08 1:42pm

cookinlovebird

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From West Midlands United Kingdom
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Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

Thats why I mentioned the other flours!!! I do cook the gluten free way!!

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#43 Wed 24 Dec 08 11:50am

DCFC79

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Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

So could i use pasta flour for making the pizza dough

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#44 Thu 22 Jan 09 1:05pm

tomstone514

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Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

I make 2 types of pasta. Fresh or Dried. For dried i use Semolina flour and for fresh i use "00" flour. I buy all the ingredients off www.italianwinesandfood.co.uk as they have all the genuine ingredients not available in the supermarkets. delivery took 3 days. worth it!

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#45 Fri 13 Apr 12 6:09pm

Dan On Route 66

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Re: Tipo 00 equivalent?

If you're in the United States and can't find Tipo 00 locally, try finding King Arthur's Bread Flour. Many supermarket chains carry it. And my advice is to forget the pizza stone and instead get a Lodge cast iron pizza pan. It will be much more durable than a pizza stone.

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