What are the benefits of eating bulgur wheat? How does it compare to wheat rice?
Bulgar wheat is most commonly made from Durum wheat which belongs to a family of wheat thought to be much older than modern commercial wheat. They are all descended from a wheat known as 'Emmer' a wheat called 'Khorason' was probably the next to be cultivated. Most whole grain or wholemeal grains are good for you.
I wonder if you mean rice flour? Rice flour is gluten free, but other than that there are few differences to any ceral. It is high in calories and unless you get brown-rice-flour which contains the whole grain, again not much. More of a fad than a real advantage, whatever certain companies may claim.
Bulgur wheat has more nutrients available to us than rice wheat, in addition, rice wheat is almost twice the calorie count. Though they both fair well in healthy eating, the lesser calorie count and the boost of extra minerals found in bulgur wheat gets the hands down on choice for health reasons. Baking is another story. It all comes down to taste and what you are baking as in choice of which wheat. They each create their own texture and flavor!
by FuzzyCookie7 years ago
I have a lot of wheat flour at my place, was wondering if there is a good recipe to bake bread...made from wheat
by agaglia6 years ago
I am on a gluten free diet and want to know how to cook with gluten free flours.
by Julianna5 years ago
What are some great recipes to use with White or Wheat rice?Although I love to cook. I cannot seem to come up with any ideas on what type of side dishes to create with Rice. Please give me some ideas.
by Cheriejudd4 years ago
I have food storage and I want to turn my wheat into flour so i can make bread. I have a food...processor. Can I use that to make my flour??
by starme778 years ago
Wheat or White? Just wondering , my son says wheat
by dhhanlon7 years ago
What is bread flour as opposed to rye or wheat flour?As per the 4 steps to making sourdough starter.
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