Ever wonder the difference between bleached and unbleached flour? Read about flour milling techniques and where to find specialty flours. And learn which flour type will best fit your needs with what you are preparing.
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Olive oil has been a staple in the Mediterranean diet for centuries and has also become very popular in the United States as well.
Types of Wheat Flour | Types of Non-Wheat FlourImportance of Gluten | Wheat/Non-Wheat Flour Proportions
Flour is the main ingredient in all types of breads. Different types of flour milled from wheat are most commonly used for making bread.
Most types of flour keep well in a sealed container in a cool, dry, and dark location. The original paper packaging used for many types of flour is fine for long term storage as long as the package has not been opened.
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Flour Used as a Thickening Agent
Flour is one of the most often used thickening agents when cooking foods such as sauces, gravies, soups, stews, and gumbos.
A type of flour produced by grinding dried yams into a powder. A yam is a hearty tuber that does not have the sweet taste of a sweet potato, but instead may have flavors that range from bland to earthy, slightly smoky in taste, or nutty and only moderately sweet.
A type of flour ground from water chestnuts, which are the edible tubers of an aquatic plant that grows along the muddy edges of lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams or is cultivated commercially in flooded fields.
A type of flour ground from a high protein man-made grain produced by crossbreeding wheat and rye. Pronounced “trit-i-KAY-lee”, the name is a combination of the Latin botanical names of wheat and rye – “triti,” referring to triticum for wheat and “cale”, referring to secale for rye.