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rye graham meal

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DougMathis's picture
DougMathis

rye graham meal

Hi,

 

Does anyone know where I could buy rye graham meal? of What I could replace the ingredients with for pumpernickle bread recipe?

 

Thanks,

 

Doug

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Mini Oven

would make the search easier.  Try searching the site for:  where to buy rye chops or coarse rye meal.  :)

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DougMathis

Thanks for your response. My concern the recipe I have calls for the rye graham meal and was hoping exchange of some kind in regards to replacing it with a comprable ingredient. Is it still something I can research on here?

 

Doug

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Mini Oven

:)

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dabrownman

Rye flour and graham flour  two differnet things?  The meals would be different too.

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Mini Oven

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dabrownman

 any such thing as rye graham meal?  Rye meal yes - graham meal yes.  The graham I have is sort of like whole wheat.  It isn'tisn't anything like rye.  Is rye graham just another way of saying whole rye or dark rye?   The liquid rye sure sounds pretty good right now :-)

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Mini Oven

since graham refers to wheat.  Maybe bran?  Anyway, Pumpernickel is a very high % rye bread.  Rye chops are chopped hulled rye grain (berries.)  Replacing them with anything other than rye just goes against my grain but... check around for rye flakes or rolled rye if you cant find chops or berries.  

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vtsteve

Heartland Mill http://www.heartlandmill.com/product.html sells a "rye graham flour". It's a stone-ground whole-rye flour. The original Graham (wheat) flour was whole-wheat, with the bran reground and added back into the flour stream.

What does the rest of your formula look like? Depending on the other flours/meals used, you might substitute rye chops, pumpernickel meal, or a coarse, stone-ground whole rye flour.