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Malzmehl

English translation: malt flour

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05:36 Feb 16, 2008
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Food & Drink
German term or phrase: Malzmehl
Malzmehl is an ingredient that makes the bread color dark.
Christian
English translation:malt flour
Explanation:
Example (EDME Food Ingredients, UK):

"Malted Flours

Our malted flours are made from a range of cereals, whose characteristics are further varied by utilising different malting and roasting techniques. There are two categories, enzyme active (diastatic) and non-enzyme active (non-diastatic). Enzyme active malt flours are used for technical effect, non enzyme active flours are used for flavour and colour.

Dark Malt Flour

Roasted barley malt flour
Non diastatic
Intense roast flavour
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Nicole Schnell
United States
Local time: 21:06
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4 +3malt flour
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malt flour


Explanation:
Example (EDME Food Ingredients, UK):

"Malted Flours

Our malted flours are made from a range of cereals, whose characteristics are further varied by utilising different malting and roasting techniques. There are two categories, enzyme active (diastatic) and non-enzyme active (non-diastatic). Enzyme active malt flours are used for technical effect, non enzyme active flours are used for flavour and colour.

Dark Malt Flour

Roasted barley malt flour
Non diastatic
Intense roast flavour



    Reference: http://www.edme.co.uk/products/malted_flours/
Nicole Schnell
United States
Local time: 21:06
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 51
Grading comment
Thank you.

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agree  babli: agree
1 hr
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agree  Rachel Ward: Malted flour seems more common in the UK
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agree  Nicole Snoek
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FieldMedical » Tech/Engineering
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FieldBus/Financial » Medical
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