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Old 27-01-2004, 04:23 PM
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Coffee can brown bread

What is Graham Flour? What can I substitute for it?



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"John C" writes:

Coffee can brown bread

What is Graham Flour? What can I substitute for it?


It's a coarser milled whole wheat flour. You can usually substitute
regular whole wheat flour.


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Old 29-01-2004, 10:36 PM
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Graham flour is whole wheat flour that is a bit coarser grind than regular
whole wheat flour. You can use regular whole wheat flour, but the texture
of the final product may be a bit different.

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Old 13-02-2004, 02:58 AM
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If it's a sweet recipe, I've substituted graham cracker crumbs and reduced
the sugar added

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"John C" writes:

Coffee can brown bread

What is Graham Flour? What can I substitute for it?


It's a coarser milled whole wheat flour. You can usually substitute
regular whole wheat flour.


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Richard W Kaszeta

http://www.kaszeta.org/rich





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