Whole wheat is full of all the great nutrition from bran, shorts and middlings, wheat germ, etc. But, those nutrition-laden items tend to make 100% whole wheat bread heavy and dense. Also, although the bread is great while it is hot, very often it is dry and crumbly the next day.(Do your sandwiches break apart and/or crumble; or, can you wrap a slice of bread around a hot dog?) Another problem often found with whole wheat bread is unsightly 'shoulders'. (This is caused when the sides of the bread 'droop' over the tops of the pans during baking.) SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS with L'Equip Dough Enhancer.
Our Dough Enhancer is a scientific combination of lecithin, and vitamin C, in a whey base. For years bread makers have used these same ingredients to attempt to make their whole wheat bread higher and lighter.Now, the synergism of these ingredients in our Dough Enhancer is many times more effective than using them individually or in part. For each loaf of bread in your recipe just add 2 teaspoons of the L'Equip Dough Enhancer. Available in 16 oz. envelopes.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Is dough enhancer gluten free?
Yes, Dough Enhancer is gluten free. You can add it to your gluten free dough to improve the texture.
2. What is dough enhancer?
Dough Enhancer is proven formula for perfect breads. Adding dough enhancer to any dough will result in lighter, fluffier baked goods. It increases dough strength, extend shelf life and improve texture.
3. Why should I use dough enhancer?
There are many reasons you would want to use a dough enhancer. Dough enhancer can improve the texture, taste and crust of the bread. Most of them also act as preservatives which helps keep your bread fresher long. Best of all they are natural and so are perfectly safe to add to your bread.You might already add dough enhancers to your bread and didn't even know it. Everything other than flour, water and yeast is a dough enhancer in some fashion or another. For example sugar or any sweetener acts as a food for yeast thereby giving the yeast more energy and that in turns gives you a better-risen and lighter loaf of bread. Now if you use honey for your sweetener you are also getting a natural preservative that will help keep the bread fresher a little longer.
4. What is the shelf life of dough enhancer?
The shelf life of Dough Enhancer is one year. Store in a cool, dry place. It is best if it is refrigerated after opening.