Gram flour is a gluten-free flour made from ground chickpeas.
While it does have a higher protein content compared to regular wholemeal flour, it will still contain carbohydrates.
The carbohydrate content of gram flour can vary depending on preparation methods, so if possible it's always best to check the nutrition label and calculate your serving size using this.
On average, gram flour has approximately 57g of carbohydrate per 100g. This means one serving of complex carbohydrates would be the equivalent of 26g of flour, or approximately 3 and 1/4 tablespoons.
In contrast, wholemeal flour has approximately 65g of carbohydrate per 100g. This means one serving of complex carbohydrates would be the equivalent of 23g of flour, or approximately 2 and 3/4 tablespoons.
Keep in mind that gram flour can be a lot more dense and paste-like compared to regular wholemeal flour.