Cottonseed Flour, or Whole Meal


Cottonseed Flour, or Whole Meal -

The ground whole cottonseed has in recent years attracted attention as a valuable food material. The decorticated seed contains an average of 10% water, 19% protein, 20% fat, 24% carbohydrates, 22% fibre and 5% ash (see FOOD VALUES). It is too rich to be suitable for use as a substitute for wheat flour in bread, for example, but it may be advantageously employed in combination with it or other flour.


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