Sounds Yummy . . . but am confused. Ingredients include "1 1/2 cups WHITE WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR". I thought flour was either WHITE OR WHOLE WHEAT,...

...but not both. Am I wrong? Thanks

  • Posted by: Brenda
  • January 11, 2016
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  • 6 Comments
Molasses Bran Muffins
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6 Comments

creamtea January 12, 2016
I don't know if this helps, but King Arthur also ships to Canada. They provided me with a link, I don't know if shipping costs work for you, but they do have a pretty neat catalogue with all kinds of things besides flours, flavorings, storage, baking supplies, etc. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/customerservice/shipping.html
 
creamtea January 12, 2016
wow I posted before I checked that link and I see shipping is pretty steep :(
Hope you can find this product where you are or find a good sub!
 
creamtea January 11, 2016
King Arthur Flour mills white whole wheat flour; perhaps your grocer stocks it. You can also order it from their website.
 
Brenda January 12, 2016
Thanks Lisanne for your response. Unfortunately, we don't have King Arthur products up here in Canada . . . but I shall try to find an equivalent flour.
 
Posie (. January 11, 2016
Good question! White whole wheat is actually flour that has been milled from hard white wheat, whereas whole wheat is milled from red wheat. So, both types of flour have all the nutrition of whole grains, but white whole wheat flour is milder in flavor and lighter in color. It's a really great way to get whole grain nutrition without the heftier flavor and color of whole wheat flour. You should be able to easily find it in most grocery stores. If you can't, just sub all whole wheat!
 
Brenda January 11, 2016
Thanks so much for your quick reply. I shall try to find some "white whole wheat" in our local grocery store.
 
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