What is "graham" flour?

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I am interested to know what is "graham" flour? I have seen it in health food store. Can you grind your own? Is it a grain or combination of grains? Anyone familiar with it or use it? Thank you!

-- Marie in Central WA (Mamafila@aol.com), April 11, 2002


take graham crackers,, smash till its flour

-- Stan (sopal@net-pert.com), April 11, 2002.

Wise guy! Its whole wheat flour.

-- Gayle in KY (gayleannesmith@yahoo.com), April 11, 2002.

best I could come up with :)

-- Stan (sopal@net-pert.com), April 11, 2002.

It is, in fact, whole wheat flour. Graham flour is an old fashion term for whole wheat flour you will see in many heirloom recipes.

-- Karen (mountains_mama@hotmail.com), April 11, 2002.

Graham Flour is whole wheat flour, at a course grind. it is named after Sylvster Graham, a 19th century health food proponet.

-- Rob Costa (Robcosta@comcast.net), January 16, 2003.

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