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Flour is a powder made by grinding grains, roots, nuts, or seeds. The most common flour is wheat flour, made by grinding wheat grains. Flour is used in various foods, including bread, pasta, cakes, and pastries.

Flour is a versatile ingredient used in many different types of cuisine, and it plays an important role in the production of many staple foods.

Flour types

Several types of flour are available, each with unique properties and use.

All Purpose Flour / Maida

  • Maida is a fine, white flour made from wheat. It is commonly used in baking and a staple ingredient in many pastries, cakes, and bread.

Rice Flour

  • Rice flour  is a kind of flour made from finely milled rice. It can be made from either white or brown rice and is commonly used in many Asian cuisines.

Almond Flour

  • Almond flour is a kind of flour made from finely ground almonds. It is commonly used as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour in baking.

Gluten-free flour

Gluten-free flour does not contain gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Gluten is what gives dough its elasticity and helps it rise when baked.

Oat flour

  • Oat flour is a kind of flour made by grinding oats into a fine powder. It is a popular alternative to wheat flour for people who follow a gluten-free diet.

Corn flour

  • Corn flour, maize flour, or cornmeal, is made from dried corn kernels ground into a fine powder. Corn flour is commonly used in various recipes, including bread, tortillas, pancakes, and muffins.

Flours FAQs :

Q.1-What is gluten-free flour?

  • Gluten-free flour is a kind of flour that is made from non-gluten-containing grains, such as rice, corn, or quinoa.

Q.2-How should I store flour?

  • Flour should be kept in a container in a cool, dry place. It is best to use flour within six months to ensure freshness.

Q.3-What are the different types of flour?

  • There are many types of flour, including all-purpose flour, bread flour, cake flour, pastry flour, self-rising flour, whole wheat flour, and more.

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