Is This How You Win the Graham-y Award?
I love being me. Being us. We live in such a cool time. Take, for instance, last night David asked what graham flour actually was. Other than an ingredient in HobNobs, we did not know. We asked Google, and Google spat Wikipedia up at us and so, almost before you could form the question, we knew more than we’d ever thought we oughta:
Graham flour is a type of whole wheat flour named after the American Presbyterian minister Rev. Sylvester Graham, an early advocate for dietary reform. According to the Larousse Gastronomique, Graham despised processed white flour and believed that bran was the cure-all for the bad eating habits of his compatriots.So, there you be. And here we are. There actually was a Graham. Who’da thunk it? And he was visionary when it came to our innards. There’s more on graham flour right here.