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    Question Substitute for soy flour?

    I'm making puppy treats for Xmas gifts for the "four legged humans" of my family and friends. One of the recipes I have calls for soy flour. Can I substitute equal amounts of all purpose flour? I'm curious if the properties of the soy flour will make a difference in the consistency or something.
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    You probably can subsitute regular flour. The soy is probably there to add protein, etc.

    A local health food store or natural foods coop should have soy flour and probably in bulk so you can only buy the little bit called for in the recipe.
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    Nydia,
    You may have already looked here but, try this link- it's all I could come up with.. I hope it helps.. Zinnia

    http://www.foodsubs.com/Flour.html

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