We bought a Nurtimill grinder a few months ago. We have an ample supply of hard white and soft white wheat berries.
I'm still on the learning curve on learning to bake with these two types of flours. I'm looking for a good, everyday bread recipe. Anyone. Thanks!
25 January 2012 Flour. Whole Wheat and Soy Bean Flour made in blender, 25 January 2012 Flour. Whole Wheat and Soy Bean Flour made in blender
After pursing the various expensive flour mills being offered for sale, I decided to use my home blender to make wheat and soy flour. Flour mills had...
Does anybody grind their own flour? Experiences please.
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17 January 2012 Sunflower Pilot Bread using Dark Rye Flour. 17 January 2012 Sunflower Pilot Bread using Dark Rye Flour.
Sunflower Dark Rye Pilot Bread. About 600 mil litres of raw sunflower seeds were liquified (water) in a blender, and mixed with dark rye flower (gluten) to bind. Kneaded into a...
Just wondered if anyone has experience using soy flour? I bought a bag for my sister to make her some gluten free cookies but I'm not really sure what else I can use it it. Some places on the web suggest swapping it for regular flour in almost every recipe.
Any recipe ideas?
I am wanting to try a recipe I found online for homemade deodorant. It calls for arrowroot powder. That stuff is expensive unless I order it online but then I would have to pay shipping. Can I use arrowroot flour instead or are they different?
Need to figure out what you can make with the flour in your canister? Here are a few generalizations that may be helpful.....
* 3-4 c. flour per loaf of yeast bread
* 2-3 c. flour per quick bread
* 1-3/4 - 2 c. flour per 12 muffins
* 2 c. flour per 3 dozen cookies
I bought some awhile back to use for a recipe in one of my cookbooks, but don't remember which one. Yes....that's about how organized I've been in the kitchen.
I know I can make hummus with it and that's about it.
It's never been opened.
Any tips for this lonely bag? :)
I had a serious baking oops today, it's soooo embarrassing. I used a recipe I found online to make banana oatmeal muffins and I left out the flour! I thought the batter looked odd. :) Maybe it's because I remembered seeing another recipe that happened to be gluten free, but I was pretty much...
Ok, the amount of flour I used over the holidays was shocking! I use quite a bit usually anyway. I get 5# bags at Aldi. It is actually cheaper per ounce than the 20# bags I can find. My question is how much would grinding my own cost? I know it would be healthier being whole grain, but as...
So I found 10 kg bags of Rogers no additive flour (whole wheat and unbleached) on sale a while ago and bought two bags. I made some italian bread using the same recipes I always do and found the bread to be denser than usual. Still good, just not as good as it was with different flour.
I plan on buying 25lb. bags of flour, I have a food grade 5 gallon bucket to store it in. I think I will use it within a couple of months with it being the holidays. Do I really need to put an oxygen absorber in the bucket? How do you store your flour? TIA
I was wondering if any of you who uses Spelt Flour has a cookbook that you like. Or if you know what the secret is to baking with spelt flour since it's gluten is very sensitive. Thanks in advance Stephanie
We've been discussing this a little bit, but I'd like to find out if someone's actually done the comparison.
Is it better to buy certain things in flour form or grind it yourself?
I'm looking at this because I'm about to purchase tapioca flour, corn flour, etc in large bags to make homemade...
So, I've been making homemade biscuits on a daily basis around here as part of my summer simplicity challenge. My family loves biscuits and it takes a total of 15 minutes to make and bake them from scratch and it's much, much cheaper than buying something else to serve with our meals.