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This video explains the process of obtaining flour, which is a fundamental ingredient in many recipes. The wheat is cleaned and milled in order to create the right texture for breadmaking. The flour is then stored in bags and is ready to be used in baking.

  • 00:00:00 Harina is a fundamental ingredient in many home cooking recipes, and it dates back to 6,000 BC when a farmer found grains of wheat being ground. Today, we learn how this cereal is transformed into the package you find in your grocery store. Carmen tells us that there are different types of wheat, and some need to be ground more than others in order to create the right texture for breadmaking. The wheat must be clean and free of impurities, and the milling process happens in stages: the first removes the bran, the second breaks the grain into small pieces, and the third separates the proteins from the flour. The flour is then stored in bags, and each type of wheat requires a different amount. Carmen explains that for example, "this [type of wheat] has like little pellets or pinched-looking things, and this one is like a lot more clean." Once the wheat is clean, it is milled and the flour is ready for baking. In the process, small pieces of metal called "flails" break the wheat into smaller pieces. This machine, called a "vibratory mill," also separates any contaminants and debris from the flour. The flour is then ready to be baked into bread, cake, or any other
  • 00:05:00 In this video, we learn about the process of obtaining flour. First, the grain is wetted and milled using a type of mill. Inside the mill, different drums carry different strains of wheat that result in a variety of flour products. The final product is a completely smooth cylinder during milling of wheat. Different mills handle the breaking of the grain and the separation of the bran, germ, and flour during the first and second dip. The flour is then moved up a few levels in a factory where a chute dispenses the flour into different containers. The first process is a mill that separates the flour from the bran and the germ. The second process is a machine that moves its arms quickly and is responsible for the separation of the flour from the bran and the germ. This is followed by a sifter that removes the bran and the dust. The flour is then dumped into the milling machine and milled until a desired fraction is obtained. This fraction is then triturated until it becomes a powder and is ready to be used in baking. The milling process of flour yields a 100% natural product that does not contain any additives. The saved flour is milled again and the non-flour material is eliminated. Finally
  • 00:10:00 This video explains how to obtain flour. First, the grain is analyzed in a laboratory, then put into a blender. Between water and distilled water, a solution is created. The flour is then mixed for 8 minutes, and the strength and elasticity of the flour is tested. Afterwards, the dough is kneaded for another 2 hours. Once it is finished, it is cut into small pieces and allowed to rest for a while. This is the graph that is obtained from the flour. The strength of the flour is especially high at the top, and it is ready to be baked. Next, we learn a typical recipe using flour. What do you think of José Luis's pan? Bread is made from flour and water. What kind of flour do you want? Half and half, whole wheat, rye, or barley flour? The water and flour are added to a pot and slowly brought to a boil. Then, it is slowly brought to a simmer and cooked for 30 minutes. The dough needs to rest for 10 minutes. Once it has rested, it is divided into two equal parts. One part is shaped into a loaf, and the other is used to make rolls. The dough is then placed onto a baking sheet and allowed to

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