I agree about Five Roses Flour; it is better than Robin Hood's. But would you believe it if I told you that the bread white flour is difficult to find?
I also went on their website www.fiveroses.com
so that I could compare the specs vs. King Arthur; their site is very slow and doesn't work half the time. :mad:
Besides, I'm not sure that they can claim that their flour is "never bromated", like the King Arthur's.
Edited to add:
Well I finally got onto their website. In their descriptions of various flours, they don't even give you any percentages. Here are two examples:
1) Unbleached Bread Flour
Five Roses Unbleached Bread Flour is a stronger flour with higher gluten level to provide you with better volume breads. The texture of the crumb is light and delicious bread after bread. Breads made from Five Roses Unbleached Bread Flour rise more rapidly and require less kneading time.
2) Five Roses Canada's Best Stone Ground Organic Whole Wheat Flour
A coarser textured flour ground from the entire wheat kernal - bran and endosperm. It gives a delicious nutty flavour and a denser texture that when all purpose flour is used, due to a higher percentage of gluten (protein) and bran. In most recipes, whole wheat flour can be mixed half and half with all purpose white or never bleached flour with most satisfactory results.
Made from 100% organically grown wheat, and stone milled. Canada's Best is a high source of dietery fibre.
And if you dare calling them, they make you feel like you're from Mars... :confused: :eek: