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Organic Sprouted Red Wheat Flour

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

$3.62$142.35

Of the major food allergens in the US, EU, and/or Canada, only Wheat, Almonds, and Sesame are present in the scope of products processed at To Your Health. All To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co.’s facilities are certified organic and kosher certified. Click here to read our Allergen Statement.

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Description

100% whole grain stone–milled flour from Hard Red Spring wheat. Wonderfully sweet taste. Great for all your baking needs.

 

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1 lb., 5 lb., 25 lb., 50 lb.

5 reviews for Organic Sprouted Red Wheat Flour

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Katie (verified owner)

    I love this flour for the sweet, malty aroma and wonderful taste that I have not found in any other brand of sprouted flour. They all seem stale. This one you can feel the enzymes still living in it! It makes soft, high-rising, sweet wheat bread, and tasty crackers. It's also good in heavier quick breads like zucchini bread and gingerbread. For lighter tasting muffins, pancakes, and cookies I'll use the Sprouted White Wheat Flour.

    Definitely get it in 10 lb or under bags if you're a home baker, because you will get the zipper plastic bags that stay fresh. 25 pounds comes in a coated paper sack and is hard to use it all before it gets stale. Freshness makes a huge difference... as my flour got stale I noticed a decline in flavor, rise, and softness of my bread. ToYourHealth makes it the freshest- from now on I'll try to keep it that way in the fridge or freezer.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pat (verified owner)

    I agree with Katie that this flour makes delicious breads of all kinds. I'd been using organic red fife heirloom flour and started using this sprouted version because of the health benefits...and because of the rave review by Peter Reinhart. I understand that TYH is working on a sprouted version of red fife and am eager to see how the sprouting changes that already outstanding bread flour. On the topic of storage, I've read from several sources about the importance of freezing whole grain flours because the germ is likely to go rancid. So, whatever size I purchase, I put smaller bags in the freezer in the TYH bag and transfer flour from larger containers into glass freezer containers. I find the 25 pound size a bit heavy to manage so I'm now getting flour in 10 pound bags.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Teresa (verified owner)

    My family loves the sprouted red whole wheat for bread. It's nutty and has a natural sweetness to it.

    We also tried the white whole wheat, using the exact same recipe, and there was no comparison. The red whole wheat is delicious.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    C. Davis

    So I'm new to all this baking with sprouted flours. Do I substitute the sprouted flours for "the other" flours using the same measurements or are there adjustments that need to be made when using these sprouted flours? Any guidance would most definitely be appreciated! Thank you!

    • abstewart

      Hi there,

      Thank you so much for purchasing our sprouted red wheat flour and yes, you may substitute it cup for cup in any recipe. It will possibly give your dishes a courser texture but the flavor is outstanding!
      ✌🏼❤️🌱,
      Alli

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ryan McWhorter

    Have really enjoyed this wheat flour. Makes great gravy! I recommend to any patient that is non-celiac gluten sensitive or wanting to avoid Round-up. This stuff is the real deal. Great people-fanatics even. Finally someone on our side!

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