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Bread improver and dough conditoner

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can any one here tell me what is the different between bread improver and dough conditioner?

Jim
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Dough conditioners are usually formulated to make the dough easier to work with. Bread improvers usually contain some form of malt and contribute colour and flavour.
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Hi Jimseattle,
You might want to post a separate thread for this, since it's a different topic.
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They are the same in that both are entirely unnecessary to bake really good bread :)
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