i know they are not local stores, but apparently there are not that many of us who actually grind wheat into flour just before baking any more. by the way, if you can locate whole dried
it is also called chana flour, chana dal flour, gram flour, dal flour, gram dal flour, pea flour and besan flour. you may find it at that same store under any of those names. actual
i tried a google search for any type of mill that could grind flour for pasta such as semolina. i found a lot for breads, but nothing at all for pasts. what gives? is this possible? i
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i used my coffee grinder to pulverize the chestnuts after i first roasted to peel and then chopped and dried. i sifted it a couple of times to get the chunks out. it worked beautifully .
in my mind this is durum flour, not the much coarser grind of semolina. anyhow, baked some bread with this this weekend and it was exactly right. in general i really like quite a few of
at flour water restaurant in san francisco, chef thomas mcnaughton makes exquisite pasta dishes from carefully made doughs. heres his recipe for northern italian style ravioli dough he
grinding nut flours question regarding making almond torte discussion from the chowhound home cooking, baking food community. join the discussion today. read the help please grinding
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