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 What is rusk flour?

Answer Rusk flour is made by grinding rusk biscuits into a powder for culinary use. Also referred to as zwieback, rusk biscuits are miniature, twice-baked servings of yeast bread.UsesSince rusk flour is e... Read More »
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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 »
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What is rusk?

Rusk is a twice-cooked or thoroughly-browned baked product that has proven popular around the world, even with teething babies, in the form of hard biscuits, crunchy breads or toast.DefinitionOChef... Read More »
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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
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What is a rusk biscuit?

Many countries have a traditional dry cookie recipe. Rusks, often eaten in South Africa and England, are similar to Italian biscotti, German zwieback and Swedish skorpor.CharacteristicsRusks are re... Read More »
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