Subscribe to Our Newsletter
Sign up for our free newsletter to find out about sales and discounts and receive sprouted flour recipes and baking tips!
Sprout your Cinco de Mayo celebration with savings on Organic Sprouted Gluten-Free Purple Corn, Purple Corn Flour, Yellow Corn Meal and Brown Rice Flour!Our most popular organic, sprouted, gluten-free flour, brown rice flour, is a great choice if you're looking for a wonderful G-F flour for breads and other baked goods. And organic, sprouted, gluten-free yellow corn meal is a pantry staple. Learn More.
Check out our featured recipe this month: Sprouted, Gluten-Free Apple Crostata Pie. This delicious dessert is made with To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co.'s Sprouted Gluten-Free Baking Mix. And what better time to try it than this month, while we're offering 15% off Organic Sprouted Gluten-Free Baking Mix! (Use code 15APR17.) Learn More.
This delicious salad will leave you feeling full and satisfied. Try To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co.'s Millet Arugula Salad with Almonds and Beets, made even more sproutastic with 25% off Organic Sprouted Gluten-Free Millet this month. Find out what other recipes we are loving this month here.
The popularity of sprouted grains and flours has seen a big boost over the last couple of years, so much so that The Washington Post is citing “sprouted everything” as one of the biggest food trends for 2017. Find out more about how sprouted grain is one of 2017's biggest food trends here.
New year, new savings! In this month's issue, you'll find savings on sprouted quinoa and sprouted black, bean products. Plus, we have some new and delicious recipes straight from the Healthy Flour test kitchen, including sprouted quinoa and black bean burgers, sprouted black bean soup, and sprouted black bean and corn salsa. Learn more.
Looking for a tasteful homemade gift idea? Try this classic layered cookie mix with a sprouted twist. It's so easy and quick! We've even made a printable recipe card you can download and give with it. Learn more.
Save 15% off Gluten-Free Baking Mix, White Wheat Berries, and White Wheat Flour. These team perfectly with the recipes in this month's newsletter, right in time for Thanksgiving. Learn more.
Save 25% off two of our best sellers that are perfect for fall: Organic Sprouted Gluten-Free Corn Meal, and Organic Sprouted Popcorn. These team perfectly with the recipes in this month's newsletter, like Wilmington Squash Soup, Hearty Bean Soup, and our Quick Cornbread recipe. All are sure to be crowd pleasers. Read more.
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our brand new app in the iTunes and Google Play stores! Download it now to receive helpful sprouted information, and monthly discounts and promotions right on your handheld device. Read more.
With the inspiration that "good clean food deserves good clean design," Kashi® is launching a new and refreshed brand identity that reflects its belief that food should not only taste good, but do good. And To Your Health could not be more excited to be included in this effort. Find this plus power packed back to school recipes and a feature from Absolutely Alabama in this month's enews. Read more.
Find delicious new sprouted summer recipes on HealthyFlour.com, including Sprouted Furikake Popcorn, Sprouted Lemon Cookies, and egg-free, gluten-free Chocolate Apple Oaties! Read more.
We are celebrating our 10-year anniversary in September with the grand opening of a new building. HealthyFlour.com has come a long way in the last ten years and as we approach this milestone, we are taking a moment to celebrate “ten years of goodness”, both in the products we produce and all the ways our growth has allowed us to give back to our community.
Early next month Kashi® will unveil the new box design for their Organic Promise® Sprouted Grains cereal made with To Your Health sprouted grains. In honor of the event, we thought we would share a little insight as to how Healthy Flour’s relationship with Kashi came to be. Read more.
There are several benefits of sprouted grains and flours, all of which are an important part of eating a healthy diet. This month’s featured blog post, “Why Sprouted is Better”, explains the genesis of the grain through the sprouting process and outlines the vital nutrients absorbed in the body as a result. Read more.
This month we celebrate the relationships we share with two very dear sprouted chefs. These two gentlemen have a sense of care and love that they put into their food. They take the extra step to source their products as well as their produce and they have become wonderful SPROUTASTIC voices for To Your Health. Read more.
February is a very charming time in our part of Alabama due to a very popular hunting event called a field trial. A field trial is a competitive event at which hunting dogs compete against one another and the dogs' owners and handlers follow the dogs on horseback throughout the countryside. The bird dogs must locate and point quail and and demonstrate absolute steadiness. Judges ride behind the handler and the gallery rides behind the judges. Read more.
Happy New Year, y'all! I hope y’all have enjoyed another trip around the sun as much as we have here in Alabama. Christmas 2015 was such a blessed time in our family. We started out with our annual chili cook off in early December, which Mama won with her bodacious turkey chili that no one else could shake a stick at! And, this year we were not all going in different directions so on Christmas Eve we gathered for our first annual Griswold family Christmas Eve supper. Read more.
We have so many traditions in our family and seem to create more with each new year so as to add to the already mounting Griswold holidays that we share each month. This year, December is full of so many bright blessings and reasons for our family to celebrate. Birthday week is in full bloom, including my own. This Sunday, we will cut down a tree on the farm and decorate Granny's house for her 100th Christmas. Read more.
Septembers seem to arrive faster every year. This small step into fall brings lunch boxes and school buses, cooler temperatures and, what we Southerners look forward to most: Football Season! September also kicks off something we love here at To Your Health- Whole Grains Month. Because of the hard work that began with mason jars and a dream 10 years ago in Peggy’s kitchen, we are not only blessed to offer y’all organic whole grains that are sprouted right here in Alabama thus taking the nutritional value to another level. Read more.
As we slip into August, I am reminded of one of my favorite books from middle school, Tuck Everlasting, by Natalie Babbitt. I have always thought that the following passage in the book describes the dog days of summer, particularly in Alabama, like no other: “The first week of August hangs at the very top of the summer, the top of the live-long year, like the highest seat of a Ferris wheel when it pauses in its turning. The weeks that come before are only a climb from balmy spring, and those that follow a drop to the chill of autumn, but the first week of August is motionless, and hot.” Read more.
Independence Day has always been one of my favorite holidays and next to December, July is my favorite month. The stories of my youth tell of a time when we packed up the Volvo station wagon and headed to St. Teresa Beach leaving all worries behind us for a month. We would stay with my Godparents in a beach cottage that had no air conditioning but no one seemed to mind. Read more.
In keeping with the family theme of my first post, June is another special month in our family as we prepare for the annual Griswold Family Reunion. As I previously said, food is not just an important staple in this family; it is a way of life, a rite of passage trickling down from generation to generation and side to side amongst cousin. I had someone tell me recently, “Don’t think your family is special! Everyone’s family is like that.” I beg to differ. Read more.
Hi there, fellow sprout lovers!
My name is Allison Stewart and I am not only the Marketing Sprout for To Your Health Sprouted Flour Company but I am also one of Peggy’s cousins. May brings to us the month of mothers. The phrase “it takes a village to raise a child” rings very true in our family. Read more.
To Your Health is expanding again to meet the growing demand for sprouted organic grains, flours, legumes, and seeds. Our goal is to make our products conveniently available to all of our customers in their communities and neighborhoods. We're also working on a new initiative to help establish a state-wide organic farmers' co-op to assist and encourage young farmers to grow organically here in Alabama. We would love to purchase some of our grains from our own backyard and are excited about the enthusiam we've received from government, universities, farmers, and other skilled participants. Read more.
What a whirlwind of a new year so far! Sprouted flour has gone mainstream as one of the fastest growing new trends in the food industry. The publicity and national media coverage of sprouted products continues to increase and manufacturers of sprouted flours will most likely increase as well in order to keep up with demand. Read more.
"Earth's crammed with heaven and every common bush afire with God, but only he who sees takes off his shoes. The rest sit around it and pluck blackberries." - Elizabeth Barrett Browning | Wishing you many barefoot moments and a lot less cobbler in 2015. Happy new year! Read more.
More Past Issues
January 2014 | February 2014 | March 2014 | April 2014 | May 2014 | June 2014 | July 2014 | August 2014 | September 2014 | October 2014 | November 2014 | December 2014
January 2013 | March/April 2013 | May 2013 | June 2013 | July/August 2013 | September 2013 | October 2013 | November 2013 | December 2013
January 2012 | February 2012 | March 2012 | April 2012 | May 2012 | June 2012 | July 2012 | August 2012 | September 2012 | October 2012 | November 2012 | December 2012
January 2011 | February 2011 | March 2011 | April/May 2011 | June 2011 | July 2011 | August 2011 | September 2011 | October 2011 | November 2011 | December 2011
January 2010 | February 2010 | March 2010 | April 2010 | May 2010 | June 2010 | July 2010 | August 2010 | September/October 2010 | November 2010 | December 2010 |