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Where to find Ground Rice?
by carpinmike1 • Thu 26 Mar 2009 19:17
Hi does anyone know if you can get ground rice here in France? If so what is it called?

Cheers Kaz
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Re: baking
by purplethecat • Fri 27 Mar 2009 09:40
You can get rice flour at a Bio shop
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Re: baking
by carpinmike1 • Fri 27 Mar 2009 09:53
It's not rice flour, it is ground rice, I am sure it a totally different thing, but thanks for reply.
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Re: baking
by Creusebear • Fri 27 Mar 2009 21:37
Could you grind rice up in a food processor?
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Re: baking
by smilespwp • Sat 28 Mar 2009 14:19
Googled Ground Rice and came up with these answers:

www.ochef.com

www.riceassociation.org.uk

Looks like all the answers to your question have been about right. I'd say that Creusebear's grinding rice in a food processor to the grain size you want would be about right.

There again, I'm a man and no expert but just trying to help.
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Brian
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Re: baking
by maryr • Sat 28 Mar 2009 16:45
Haven't seen ground rice but semolina is very similar and can be used as a substitute in baking. Semolina is readily available in most supermarkets - in Intermarche it's on a shelf near the couscous/rice.
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Re: baking
by Zebedee • Sun 29 Mar 2009 22:58
Semolina and ground rice often have the same properties in cooking so unless you're planning on making 'ground rice pudding', as maryr says, use semolina (semoule I think) It IS available in all the supermarkets and is vey cheap too! I use it for coating roast potatoes after par-boiling! Good Luck but if you really need some, I'm over at Easter and live near Cressat so could bring some over for you!
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Re: baking
by carpinmike1 • Tue 31 Mar 2009 11:01
Hi

Thanks for your kind offer, I have already contacted some friends in the UK who will be coming over at Easter as well. I will also be trying the aisian shop in Limoges when we are next over there on an airport run!
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Re: baking
by Sevy • Tue 31 Mar 2009 11:26
Carpinmike
Where is the Asian shop in Limoges? I do a lot of Indian cooking and I am always on the hunt for specialist ingredients.
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Re: baking
by sscbristol • Tue 31 Mar 2009 17:31
Carpinmike
Where is the Asian shop in Limoges? I do a lot of Indian cooking and I am always on the hunt for specialist ingredients.
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A20 junc 29 behind Cora. Go down the side of Norauto, its behind there.
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Re: baking
by maryr • Tue 31 Mar 2009 17:39
Was just about to give you the same details as Tony but he beat me to it! Just note though that they close from 12.30 or 1 until 3pm. There is also supposed to be a large Asian shop in Chateauroux though I haven't managed to get to it yet.
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Re: Where to find Ground Rice?
by Zebedee • Sat 16 May 2009 08:04
Hi - returning to the Asian shop topic - does anyone know the name of it in Limoges or Chateauroux? Is there a chain or are they independent? I have a friend who has just started a 'curry delivery service' and is interested in getting authentic pastes. spices etc from France rather than mail order from UK.
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