What is kamut flour?

Answer Kamut flour is made from a "specialty grain," meaning it is has properties that are not common to standard white or whole wheat flour. Kamut flour is frequently better tolerated by those allergic t... Read More »

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What is Kamut?

Kamut is a type of grain that is similar to durum wheat. It has been used for centuries but has recently become popular in the American diet.HistoryAccording to Pacific Bakery, Kamut was first used... Read More »

What Is Kamut Grass?

Kamut grass, a grain related to durum wheat, has a mysterious history. Scientists believe that the grain, which was never in commercial cultivation in modern times, survived because subsistence far... Read More »

My recipe calls for 2/3 cups of white flour and 2 1/5 cups of whole wheat flour. how much flour do i need in t?

What kind of recipe calls for 1/5 of a cup of flour? That's the wackiest thing I've ever seen, and I bake a lot!That being said, 1/5 of a cup is 3 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon. 2/3 of a cup is 10 ... Read More »

What flour can I use in place of Yucca flour?

Rice flour, wheat flour, Barley flour, spelt flour, potato flour, millet flour Other names for Yucca flour: Cassava flour, Manioc flour, Tapioca flour, Almidon de Mandioca