Soak rice in water for 2-3 hours, keep a little bit of water, and drain away the excess, put the rice and water in a blender, blend for a while,(or stone grind it), pour the grinded rice inside a cloth bag, put the bag in a seive or on something with holes so that the water can be drained away, put something heavy on top of the bag to help draining out the water for a few hours. What is left inside the bag is rice flour, if you are not using it immediately, you will need to dry it before keeping. From: Bread-Bakers Archives: ftp.best.com/pub/reggie/archives/bread/recipe Recipe By : firstname.lastname@example.org (Rose)
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