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Glutenous Fried White Rice Flour

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I bought this a couple wks. ago at the Asian store and then noticed the fried part after glutenous.

It is very finely grained. Is this just regular white rice flour?

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I bought this a couple wks. ago at the Asian store and then noticed the fried part after glutenous.

It is very finely grained. Is this just regular white rice flour?

I also bought mine at an Asian store, too, but it only says Glutinous Rice Flour, which is actually "sticky" rice flour. Doesn't say "fried" in the name though. So, no, it's not just regular rice flour and in recipes usually only a small amount is called for. Actually few recipes call for it that I've run across at least.

ETA: It's also known as Sweet Rice Flour.

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Thanks, Sylvia. The fried part threw me off too. I also bought this brand and always use 1/4 c. in my biscuits and it is good:

http://www.(Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned)/Mochiko-Sweet-Flour-1-Pound-Packages/dp/B000LLXBKY

So they are both sweet rice flour. Now I've got to go back and try to get regular rice flour. They may have just been out. The worker there said it was regular white rice flour. Pays to always ask because you are right. He was wrong about that.

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Thanks, Sylvia. The fried part threw me off too. I also bought this brand and always use 1/4 c. in my biscuits and it is good:

http://www.(Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned)/Mochiko-Sweet-Flour-1-Pound-Packages/dp/B000LLXBKY

So they are both sweet rice flour. Now I've got to go back and try to get regular rice flour. They may have just been out. The worker there said it was regular white rice flour. Pays to always ask because you are right. He was wrong about that.

You're welcome! It's confusing when things have so many different names. I've also ordered a few flours from here: http://barryfarm.com/our_store.htm Their prices are great but then there's shipping. Riceguy originally suggested this site in the "Uprisings" thread.

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