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Source of flour in Denver?

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ruckerz

Source of flour in Denver?

Looking for sources of unbleached, unenriched flour in Denver. I'm currently paying $3.89 for a 5lb bag (Hodgson Mills) from King Soopers. Any places that would sell me a 20lb+ for less than $3/pound?


 


 

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rideold

I've been using Rocky Mountain Milling flours for a couple of years now.  They recently re-named themselves Bay State Milling (http://baystatemilling.com/Default.aspx).  I buy their basic organic white and whole wheat in 50 lb bags.  You can mail order it but I don't know the price.  Shouldn't cost more than $1/lb or you can take a field trip to Platteville (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=platteville+colorado&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Platteville,+Weld,+Colorado&gl=us&ei=MAKhTKLOLcOUnQfR7o...) and buy direct.  Good flour.  Both The Med Restaurant and Breadworks here in Boulder us it (I only know because I've seen the bags delivered....no connection with either of them).

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ruckerz

Sorry meant less than $3 / 5 lbs :)