If I'm remembering right, cake flour is much finer, with a lower gluten content. I think you can substitute, but with different measurements. I'll google it and come back :)
No, but you can make your own cake flour. Let me find you a recipe
ETA Recipe: http://joythebaker.com/2009/09/how-to-make-cake-flour/
Ah, here you go :) http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can_you_substitute_all_purpose_flour_for_cake_flour
All pourpose flour will make what ever it is you are baking denser.
It will work but the cake will be denser than it is meant to be. Does the recipe call for baking soda or bakind powder along with the cake flour?
Quoting Kitschy:It will work but the cake will be denser than it is meant to be. Does the recipe call for baking soda or bakind powder along with the cake flour?
Yes, but I think you need a different amount than what the recipe calls for. I use all purpose all the time. Google what the substitute for it is.
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