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lindafunsch Posted - Jan 10 2019 : 05:59:35 AM
On page 28 of her book, Maryjane differentiates between Einkorn and Einka with Einka listed as whole-wheat flour (as well as the fact that Einka is a brand name). I'm not sure which recipes to follow though because I purchased whole-wheat Einkorn flour (Jovial). If I understand correctly, when referring to Einkorn, she's talking about Jovial's all-purpose flour. Can someone clarify?
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MaryJane Posted - Jan 10 2019 : 06:22:14 AM
Good question! I've answered it here: