Yes, it does. I have found that baking with yeast results in a much more moist and flavorful bread than a loaf made with just flour. For a loaf to maintain its structure and yield in a loaf pan, it must be aerated and risen.
I’m not sure if I’ve ever heard of self rising flour being used for baking (I have been baking for a long time), but I’m sure plenty of people have used it. I have used it myself, and the results have been great. It has more of a crumbly texture than a stiff one, but it has the distinct flavor of a loaf that has been rested.
I have tried to make a loaf of self rising flour, and it didn’t feel as moist as the bread made with flour. I don’t know what it was, but the texture was not the same.
I have been using self rising flour, but I can’t say that I have ever had a problem with it. The texture of the dough is fine, and I do not have any baking problems.
I love that all of the dough is made the same amount, so you can adjust the amount as you like. I like the crumbly texture, and I like the flavor of self rising flour. However, I’ve never had a problem baking bread with it, so maybe I just haven’t tried it enough.
Flour seems to be a tricky thing because it might have yeast in it, but yeast and flour are similar things. I would expect an average mix of both of those would be fine, but I have not personally tested this hypothesis. To my knowledge, no one has ever had a problem with yeast in flour.
I suspect that the wheat and yeast is the reason for the crumbly texture. However, I dont have enough experience to know for sure.
I suspect that the fluffiness is because of the yeast. It does have a slight flavor, so it should not be a problem. But I do have enough experience to know that if you are looking for a good bread recipe, you will probably need to add yeast to it as well.
I think this is a very interesting suggestion. Self-rising flour will give you a nice, fluffy, cake-like loaf. I like the idea of using self-rising flour for bread recipes and such because I find it to be much easier and faster than buying all-purpose flour.
There are so many variations of self-rising flour out there, it’s hard to know which one to trust. I’m a big fan of the Flaky Flour brand and have made several recipes with it. But I also have to admit that I am a big fan of making bread with self-rising flour. I personally find it easier to knead and easier to roll and bake with than all-purpose flour.