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Glutinous rice flour which renders chewy texture to many famous Asian desserts such as Japanese mochi, Hong Kong sesame dumpling and Filipino’s palitao
* Gluten free
* No preservative
* No additive.
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Radiant Wholefood baking powder contains NO aluminium! Most baking powders contains sodium aluminium sulfate, a form of aluminium and it has a bitter taste too. Aluminium is said to be dangerous to health and Alzheimer patients have abnormally high levels of aluminium in their brain. Our Baking Powder is equal to double-acting baking powders and is fast-acting. Two-thirds of the reaction takes place in your mixing bowl. The other 1/3 takes place in the oven.
Mix all your dry ingredients together, then add your wet ingredients at the end. Don’t stir your batter more than necessary after adding the water. Further mixing will have a tendency to stir out some of the forming carbon dioxide bubbles created between the baking powder and the water in your batter.
Ingredients: Non-GMO corn starch, sodium bicarbonate(baking soda), monocalcium phosphate.
Radiant Wholefood is dedicated to giving our customers totally safe and wholesome food.
Product of USA
Made from Rosella soft variety wheat with a protein level of 8%. This flour has a lower protein and lower gluten content than other wheat flours. Produced by stone-milling, the bran and germ have been achieved off. Retains a substantial proportion of wheat’s nutrients, although some of the dietary fibre is lost by removing the bran. Has a creamy colour and is more flavoursome than most commercially available cake flours.
How To Use
An excellent flour for cakes, biscuits and pastries.
Organic Soft Wheat Grain
Net Weight: 1KG
Product of Australia
Rice flour is a staple food in Southeast Asia, Japan and southern India according to “The New York Times.” During the milling process, grinding flour is one way to make use of any damaged or broken grains. Production of this flour may include both white or brown rice — each works well for commercial products or home baking.