WHAT IS GRAHAM FLOUR?
Graham flour is a coarsely ground type of wheat flour that is unbleached, and less processed than whole-wheat flour. The production of graham flour starts by finely grinding the kernel or endosperm of winter wheat. The other parts of the wheat, germ and bran are also ground and added back to the endosperm grind, resulting in brown colored flour that many think is nicely sweet. It isn’t always possible to find graham flour. In the US, check health food and natural foods stores if you like to use this flour in baking.
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