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Antimo Caputo 00 Pizzeria Flour (Blue) 12 Lb Repack

Antico Molino Napoli

Antimo Caputo 00 Pizzeria Flour (Blue) 12 Lb Repack

NZ$ 392.00 NZ$ 238.00 Save: (39.29%)
NZ$ 238.00 NZ$ 392.00 Save NZ$ 154.00 (39.29%)
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Antimo Caputo 00 pizzeria flour is used by some of the best pizza makers around the world, especially in most Pizza Napoletana restaurants. The Caputo family has been producing the flour in Naples for over three generations and is considered an essential ingredient along with San Marzano D.O.P. Tomatoes. If you are looking for a tasty crisp crust, we recommend Caputo Tipo 00, a finely ground flour with 12.5% gluten.
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Do Not Buy! Pieces of Plastic found!First of all, when we opened the box, the bag of flour was wide open and spilled out. We used some of the flour that had not spilled in order to make a pizza. We were concerned because the dough did not rise at all. Later we found very fine pieces of plastic in the dough. We sifted through the bag of unused flour and found more pieces of plastic. We are extremely upset and will never be purchasing from this company again!1Not Antimo Caputo 00 flourI make pizzas every week with Antimo Caputo 00 flour. I usually buy the 25 kilo bags but this time I bought the 6 pound package because I wanted something more manageable to take with me on a trip to visit the family in Mexico. Product arrived said it was Antimo Caputo 00 "blue" howver it was definitely not Antimo Caputo 00 flour. This vender seems to be selling a common flour and calling it Antimo Caputo 00 flour while charging a premium. If you are buying anything but the 25 kilo bag of Antimo Caputo 00 flour on Amazon you are at high risk of getting burned.1I like a thin-crust pieI've been using King Arthur bread flour for years. I finally decided to try '00' flour to see if it makes a difference. To my pleasant surprise...it does. I like a thin-crust pie. This flour is easy to work with I used the same recipe I've always used with the bread flour. The finished product is perfect. It forms a nice crust with just enough chew and has a great flavor. While I wish four didn't weigh so much, 'cause shipping charges results in a fairly pricey purchase but, I really like making world-class pizza and so do those who get to eat it, so price isn't really a factor. If you are into making your own pizza dough I encourage you to try it out. I've now placed two orders from the seller. Delivery was quick both times.5The only flour to use for perfect thin pizza crust!Ok, my husband is sicilian. We've been making homemade pizza for many years. I've received many compliments using just plain all-purpose flour. Usually the crust with the regular flour is impossible to get super thin though and definitely not real crispy even using a lot of olive oil.BUT recently I came across a mention of this flour. So I tried it. WOW! It takes pizza crust to a totally new level! First, you can stretch it super thin. Put the blob of dough on a piece of parchment, place the heel of your hand in the middle of the blob and stretch it outwards using the heel of your hand to deftly gently work it out as thin as you like. No olive oil except on your hand! Then put the parchment/dough onto a cookie sheet that you've turned upside down. Decorate your pizza. We've used "regular" toppings as well as ham/pineapple and spinach/chicken/alfredo sauce. And we always use a variety of cheeses that are not only shredded, but also chunks such as romano and asiago. If you like crust, leave a bit without toppings around the edge.Bake on the parchment/cookie sheet in a 500 degree oven. It doesn't take long. After maybe 5-6 minutes (when the pizza firms up) slide off the paper directly onto the oven rack and bake to a deep golden brown. You can take it out before it's done, cool, freeze and finish baking later. Viola, your own frozen pizza!!The crust recipe is on the Caputo website. It keeps in the refrigerator a few days. The dough freezes beautifully in individual portions. It tends to be a little sticky. Be sure to let it come room temp. before using. I made some modifications to the recipe. I substituted a cup of all-purpose flour, I added a pinch of sugar, and I added a dallop of olive oil to the recipe when I was mixing it in my Kitchenaid mixer. Use the dough hook and just re-position it a few times as it crawls up the hook.I had numerous people say this is the best pizza they've ever had! Including my sicilian daughter who, oddly, isn't that fond of pizza!5We love it and make pizza almost every weekendWe have a Mugnaini pizza oven in our outdoor kitchen. We love it and make pizza almost every weekend. I have found that the flour I use makes a HUGE difference in the quality of pizza dough. I would never have thought I would be ordering specialty flour online for my pizza! My Italian mother used all purpose flour in the states and it was fine, but after living in Europe for a while I wanted a thinner, bubbly, crispier crust like I had there. This flour gives me that kind of crust. I have also tried King Arthur pizza flour - it is good, much better than all purpose flour, but not a true "european" style crust. I have also tried the Antimo Caputo 00 (Red) flour and to be honest, I couldn't tell the difference between the blue and red.5Gave a better crust than regular flourI bought this flour out of desperation when I was set on trying to make a perfect pizza dough, since I like eating pizza but all the local pizza joints in my area are just terrible. The flour came wrapped in 2 or 3 plastic bags, which is fine since it was labeled as a repack (they probably get this stuff in 50 pound bags). I decided to make a couple pizzas today and it worked out great! It give a crunchier crust over regular all purpose flour and cooks nicely in my oven at 425 for 15 minutes. BTW I also use the pizza pans that have holes in them. They seem to be the ticket for a nice crispy crusty.5Wow!Amazing flour. I never made pizza dough from scratch before so I was amazed that my first attempt worked out as well as it did. I used to buy frozen pizza dough from Walmart which worked well enough. When they ran out of that I'd buy frozen bread dough which also worked well enough. Neither tasted like the pizza you get from a pizzeria though. They were a pain to work with as well since when you tried to roll it out or stretch by hand, the dough was like stretching a rubber band that wanted to go back to its original size. This dough would roll out and stay that way.I used four cups of flour and a cup and half of water which yielded three balls of dough sufficient for a 12-inch pizza each. I mixed it using a hand mixer with dough hooks which, is probably not best for everyone since it does take a bit of strength toward the end to manage the mixer and the bowl. The main disadvantage I had was using a NuWave oven that has a maximum temperature of 350 degrees. It's impossible to get the crust browned before the toppings are overcooked. Nevertheless, with a steel pizza 'stone' the crust was cooked and it tasted like real pizza.I have 4.8 pounds of flour left. If you use Red Star Active from a 2 pound pouch a dough ball for a 12-inch pizza costs $1.155The packet was not in a box. The flour ...The packet was not in a box. The flour bag broke open and covered the other items in flour and left a mess. There is no option for a replacement without my packaging the mess. Too much hassle.1MAKES STRUDEL/PHILLO type pastry.It works!!!! Strudel pastry is a breeze!!!! After being in the US for 20 years and not being able to make my own strudel pastry, I finally tried this and IT WORKS!!! America does not have the right kind of flour needed to make dough that you stretch out with your hands until it is paper thin. I tried using regular flour, but it just is not of the property that allows it to be stretched. So, I tried this flour. Was not sure, but my first effort was BRILLIANT. So, if you like to make your own strudel dough/pastry, this is the flour for you. Go for it!5This is NOT "00", it is regular all-purpose flour, don't let them scam you!Sorry, all, this is not the "00" blue flour., stay away The blue flour is only sold in 55 lb bags. These sellers claim to be transferring it to smaller bags and reselling, which is a reasonable thing to do. But it's a scam, just all-purpose flour so they can charge 00 prices. They're counting on most of their buyers not knowing the difference.Here's how I know. First off, look at most pizza dough recipes that specify the type of dough. You'll find that recipes that specify "00" generally require less water for the same amount of flour. The ideal "hydration ratio" is about 10% smaller for 00 as it is for all-purpose, meaning you put less water and get the same moistness, because the 00 absorbs a little less.I was suspicious when my first two batches I followed a recipe calling for "00" flour and I found that every time I had to add water to get it to the right thickness. This can be explained if I was actually using all-purpose but it's not certain.So to get more scientific, I did an experiment. I baked four pizzas earlier today, two with all-purpose flour from the store (King Arthur), and two with the flour from this bag. For each flour I tried two different hydration ratios - 65% and 75%, the former being best for 00, the latter being best for all-purpose.I followed the exact same process with each -- same amount of yeast, kneading, rise time, everything right on. I have a wood-fired oven but for this experiment I used my regular oven at 550 and a pizza stone so I could control the conditions exactly.At both hydration ratios, the pizza crusts were entirely indistinguishable. Not in texture, not in chewiness, not in taste. Not a shred of difference.So either the "00" advantage is entirely fabricated, or this flour is just regular all-purpose flour masquerading as "00", but they sure did keep the price markup! I'm very much inclined to believe the latter, but either way don't buy this product.Avoid these scammers. Instead, buy direct the "Tipo 00" Chef's flour. Maybe it's not quite as good as the pizzeria blue bag flour, but at least you're getting what you paid for. Or, find some people to split a 55 lb bag of the 00 blue with.1
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