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Why does boiling water make dough taste sweet?

I was experimenting on dough for chapathi, which is basically wheat tortilla. This is how I normally prepare it, Mix whole wheat flour and salt with room tap water, often 20 to 30 degree Celsius . ...
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Help making multigrain bread for first time

Just bought a home bread-maker and I would like to try baking a multigrain bread which recipe is included in the machine booklet. The ingredients of the recipe, which include 3 kinds of flour, are ...
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Is there any difference between chakki and stoneground whole wheat flour?

Many websites have been telling that stoneground white whole wheat flour outside India yields lofty breads but 'CHAKKI MILLED' white whole wheat flour gives dense and crumbly breads. Take a look ...
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Where to order whole-wheat flour(NOT ATTA) in India?

Many people are deceived that maida(7.5% gluten) is ALL PURPOSE FLOUR and atta is WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR((10-12%)gluten but starch is lost due to chakki milling) so there is actually a lot of difference ...
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Which product for white chapatis?

I want to make some chapatis with water and wheat flour only. there should preferably be no mineral fortification or added ingredients and it has to be white as I want it to be easier for digestion. ...
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How to save a bread without enough water

I am ready to do the final rise before baking my bread and I realized I didn’t get the hydration up to where I would like it. Can I just knead the extra water in now? It’s a 1/2 whole wheat bread ...
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Is there any difference between wholewheat pasta and wholewheat sphaghetti besides the shape?

I'm asking about the plain food as you would buy from the shop which has no extra ingredients. It seems to me they are both pure wheat just in different shapes. Is that correct or has one been ...