Place dried garbanzo beans* in a spice or coffee grinder; grind until it looks like coarsely ground black pepper. Sift it through a fine-mesh strainer or flour sifter. Larger grains left in the strainer can be reground. Do not use a blender or food processor because it will not grind the beans into a fine texture.<BR> <BR> *To make 1 cup garbanzo bean flour, use 1/2 cup dried garbanzo beans. For 1/2 cup flour, use 1/4 cup beans. For 1/4 cup flour, use 2 tablespoons beans. For 2 tablespoons flour, use 1 tablespoon beans.
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