Monday, April 25, 2011

HealthiFood Cooking Tip; White Whole Wheat Flour

If you've taken a look at your local baking aisle in search of whole wheat flour, you may wonder what to think when you come across white whole wheat flour.

White whole wheat flour is a whole grain flour made of a lighter strain of wheat than your typical whole wheat flour. This lighter wheat looks "whiter" and has a sweeter flavor that makes it a lot more like white flour with all the benefits of whole wheat flour.

The only drawback to white whole wheat flour is it is more expensive than traditional whole wheat flours. If you are able to get it, you can easily replace all the all-purpose (or white) flour in a recipe with white whole wheat flour and your family will hardly tell the difference

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