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    I have been wanting to make a new bread recipe and it calls for cracked wheat. Where do I find it to buy it!? I have been all over town and can't find Cracked wheat but in the instant hot cereal...GRRRRR. Am I over looking it or over thinking it? Is there a different name?



    Speaking of different names for things....What other name would a flat iron steak have? I know T-bones and Porter house are one and the same, and since I can't find flat iron steaks it would have another name too, right?

    TY for any help...

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    Re: Help..2 questions...Please

    You probably need to go to a store that sells flour, grains etc in bulk bins. Like maybe Whole Foods, or Wild Oats which is Henry's in Southern Calif. Go to their website to see if a store near you. I'm sure you can order the flour from King Arthur flour company. I get emails from them all the time.

    I've heard of flat steak but it is not sold here under that name. I bet your grocery store butcher could tell you.

    Ann

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    • #3
      Re: Help..2 questions...Please

      Thanks, I found it online at King Arthur...2 lb. bag of cracked wheat for about $5..My little town must not have need for it...lol..Also found a harvest grain blend I want to try!! And a sourdough crock and starter...hehe. DH will roll his eyes.

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      • #4
        Re: Help..2 questions...Please

        bulgur and cracked wheat are the same. I buy cracked wheat in the oatmeal section of my grocery store. Just remember, it is high in fiber, .... if you know what I mean.
        A man of words and not of deeds, is like a garden full of weeds.

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        • #5
          Re: Help..2 questions...Please

          Flat iron steak also known as top blade roast, shoulder top roast, top boneless chuck... to name a few.


          source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flat_iron_steak
          A man of words and not of deeds, is like a garden full of weeds.

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            TY....TY...TY Hunebe!! I could just give you a kiss..LOL Thank-you!

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            • #7
              Re: Help..2 questions...Please

              We actually had "flat iron" steaks in one of our ads a couple of weeks ago. I just glanced at the ad but it looked like a steak not a roast. It looked like a cross between a round steak and maybe a skirt steak. Do they cut them into steak size? I am thinking that it is not a grilling steak? So, what are you wanting to do with the flat iron steak?
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              • #8
                Re: Help..2 questions...Please

                Cindy my SIL told me I just "had" to try them. They are her favorite steaks and not expensive. They live out of state or I would have her tell me where she buys them. I have not found them here in stores so I knew I could count on the good people here at CK to help me out!

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                • #9
                  Re: Help..2 questions...Please

                  our heb stores have flat iron steaks, i like them,i usually cook them in my nu wave oven and they come out great.

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                  • #10
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                    Maybe I will have to pick a couple up next time they go on sale. Wht the heck is a Nu wave oven? Is Nu making things for you and not sharing with the rest of us Tx.????!
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                    • #11
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                      Rachel Ray had them on FN on her show today. She said they were "the best of the chuck" with good marbled fat. She had them as steaks too.
                      A man of words and not of deeds, is like a garden full of weeds.

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