What Is Buckwheat Flour?

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Buckwheat Flour: Cool Name, Cooler Flour

Buckwheat flour is a loose white powder that can sometimes appear gray with some black spots or speckles. It has a fairly high nutritional value and a more complex, interesting taste than traditional wheat flour. As such, using buckwheat flour in baking recipes will add an fascinating dimension of flavor.

What is Mochiko Flour? 

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What is Mochiko Flour? 

Mochiko is a Japanese food product made from rice, which has been steamed and then ground into fine powder. It is commonly used in the making of sweets such as mochi (glutinous rice cake) or in savory dishes like okonomiyaki. Read on to find out more about mochiko, its uses, nutritional value, and substitutes.

Tapioca Flour

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Tapioca Flour: Throw Out Your Preconceptions

Tapioca flour (sometimes also referred to as tapioca starch) is a common cooking ingredient that is used in many recipes for gluten-free baked goods. It adds chewiness to foods without adding any other ingredients – very similar to glutinous rice flour/mochiko flour. chewy desserts, treats and baked goods, such as the tapioca boba pearls in our favorite bubble tea!

coconut

Baking Basics, Ingredients

Coconut in Baking: A Pop of Texture & Flavor

Coconut is delish in and of itself, but when added to baking, the possibilities are limitless. You might not have considered this before, but there are a lot of different ways to enjoy coconut. Coconut products are a charismatic combination of flavor and nutrient density, and always make any dish they are added to delicious. With this in mind, what makes coconut a great ingredient for baking?