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    encontré “self-rising flour”... es la harina leudante (la q tiene polvo de hornear/ bicarbonato de sodio –baking soda- agregada) o es diferente? me crucé con esto a raíz de buscar “plain flour” y “common wheat flour”... en Argentina tenemos “harina común” de 000 (tres ceros) o 0000 (cuatro ceros), q tienen diferente cantidad de gluten, ambas son de trigo. harina leudante, ya mencionada, harina integral (whole grain), sémola (más gruesa y más gluten), y desp harina de maíz, almidón de maíz (maicena)...

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