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Rice Flour At Asian Markets

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I went to a new asian market that opened up near me and was so excited to see the prices on rice flour. I do have a question though. I was not able to find brown rice flour-is it called anything different? Also, I was looking for sweet rice flour and only saw glutinous rice flour-are they the same thing? Hopefully someone can help me! Thanks.

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Glutinous rice flour or sticky rice flour is the same thing as sweet rice flour. And you may not be able to get brown rice flour at an Asian market.

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Yeah, i was actually dissapointed at our Asian Market - we actually have a HUGE one not far from us. They had small bags of rice flour, and sweet rice flour, but that was it! and it wasn't even that cheap. We have a large asian community around here, so I think they know they can make the $$.

Luckily we have an Indian/Asian grocery near here - they have Sorghum, White Rice, Gram (chick pea), and corn flours. They have some other too that I'm investigating. Their rice flour is $4.99 for a 10 lb bag...it's insane how much cheaper it is!

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