When Louise ran out of flour and asked me to buy some I said "let's use THIS" and showed her the bag of Korean flour I had bought a while ago. So we filled the flour tin with that and she's been using it for everything. We don't make biscuits that often but she's made a few pie crusts and she says "this stuff is great!!" It has turned out very well. This morning I made crepes that had been made of K-flour and they were very popular.
If you can find this stuff it is worth a try. You need to have a Korean grocery and look for the yellow bag...
Frank wrote:I can't read the big red letters but the white letters say
밀가루 "milgalu" (or "mirgaru") wheat flour
밀 "mil" = wheat, 가루 "galu" = flour