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Heritage Artisan Flour

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pjkobulnicky

Heritage Artisan Flour

Has anyone had any experience with Bay State Milling's Heritage Artisan flour?  I have been looking at my local Bakery Supply wholesaler and this is a flour that I have not seen mentioned before. I searched the site here but there were no hits under "Heritage Artisan"


Paul

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europeanbakery

We use Heritage on a daily basis at Little European Bakery.  It is an excellent flour and you should try it if you have not yet done so.

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pjkobulnicky

I'll give it a try.  I'm in Youngstown and so I can go to Cleveland and get KA or a somewhat shorter drive towards Pittsburgh and get the Heritage.


 


Paul

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europeanbakery

Do give it a try.  I think it gives better results than the KA and - at least to us - is less expensive.

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SusanWozniak

This interested me as I live in Massachusetts, aka The Bay STate.  Wow! ITs main office is in Quincy where my son lived for about a year.  They seem to only service commercial customers.

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jaboso

I use all the time the Bay State Heritage Artisan Flour  I buy it in Cleveland, Oh, at


The Minneapolis Flour Co.   6000 Park Ave.  Phone: 216-641-0762 they have a high


gluten untreated and a bread flour very good for baquettes.


Peter