246.Garfava flour Moderated discussion and help for gluten free, coeliac, celiac, wheat allergies or intolerance, Cookery and recipes part 2

Re: Garfava flour: from on 2004-04-19

br /> Where can we buy Garvafa Flour in the vicinity of Vancouver,B.C.Canada.

What is Gafava flour

Re: Garfava flour: from on 2004-04-19

br /> Where can we buy Garvafa Flour in the vicinity of Vancouver,B.C.Canada.

What is Gafava flour

Re: Garfava flour: from on 2004-04-23

Garfava flour is a combination of Fava beans-ground up and Garbanzo beans also
ground up. They are combined to make garfava flour. It is excellent when used
in combination with sorghum flour, cornstarch and tapioca flour. Nancy

Re: Sorghum and Garfava flour in the UK: from on 2004-10-01

Just been playing around with the sorghum - quite nice flavour - actually I'm not sure how often I've seen it about over the years since I don't think I really knew what sorghum was even tho I had latched onto Bajra years & years back - you can make simple roti with both - perhaps the barja holds together a bit better than the juwar but might need more practise - it has a nice mild almost perfumed flavour - the bajra is more bitter

Re: Garfava flour: from on 2004-12-08

Will Garfava flour take the place of all-purpose flour in most recipes

Re: Garfava flour: from on 2004-12-08

Will Garfava flour take the place of all-purpose flour in most recipes

Re: Garfava flour: from Peter on 2004-12-22

All bean flours can be a bit indigestible in quantity, but good for baking as part of a flour mix. Try using mixed with rice flour.

Peter

Re: Garfava flour: from Peter on 2004-12-22

All bean flours can be a bit indigestible in quantity, but good for baking as part of a flour mix. Try using mixed with rice flour.

Peter

Re Garfava flour: from Corie Diehl on 2005-05-22

I am wondering if garfava flour can be mix with any others in order to make home made noodles for chicken and noodles using a pasta machine? For use in gluten free diet?