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Certified Organic grains and flours for sale

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flourgirl51

Certified Organic grains and flours for sale

We grow certified organic  small grains and sell hard and soft wheat varieties along with rye, spelt and durum berries.  We also sell organic stoneground flours made from these grains. I also sell sprouted flours. We ship nation wide. We can sell in any quantity that you may want. Please send me a message if you have any questions or visit our site at www.organicwheatproducts.com


 

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janij

Where are you guys?

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flourgirl51

I am in northwestern Minnesota.

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LeadDog

Do you have a website?

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flourgirl51

HI


 We are working on a website. Right now there is a lot of info about wheat, flours etc but it needs more work and also the purchase section has to be redone. Someone is doing this site for us but I will be adding a Country Creations section soon that will condense the info regarding the grains and flours that we sell. If you want to check out what we have so far the site is www.organicwheatproducts.com


 

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Mini Oven

Just starts to wet my appetite!  


Sprouted Grain Flours!   Wow!


How far south do you deliver?  Costa Rica?


Mini

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marebeard

Hey Mini!


I've been looking around the web to look for a good source of bulk grains.  Have you found anything?


We live in Costa Rica and I would love to get some organic bulk grains shipped here.  I do a lot of my own baking (breads and stuff).


Hope you can help me out!


Mare

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Mini Oven

Hi Mare!


Welcome to TFL!   I didn't find much when I was there but I wasn't looking too hard.  I was baking with the black beans that are so available there and so good!  Try them cooked and smashed into your bread.  I wish I could get them here in Austria.   Sorry I can't help.


Mini

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flourgirl51

How many pounds of bulk grains are you looking for? I may be able to put you in touch with someone who can ship overseas. You can send me a private message if you would like.


www.organicwheatproducts.com


 

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mlgriego

I have  been using sprouted grain flours for several years produced by a small operation here in central NM.  She offers only wheat, rye and spelt but it is all organic and I love baking with it.  I will definitely check out this site in Minnesota since I have my own grain mill and like to buy whole berries to grind as I need them.  Melody in Santa Fe

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flourgirl51

HI


I can only ship to folks in the USA due to customs regulations.

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patishaffer

I have just gotten a mill and have purchased soft  and hard wheat. I am new to milling my own flour and have so many questions and have found it hard to find information on the differences in baking with milled flour versus store bought. I have found one cookbook with some recipies that are great but am always looking for more. I would suggest in working on developing your site that you find as many books or recipies to sell your wheat. There are a lot of mills out there and they can be reasearched easily but there is not much on using the flours, at least not where I have looked. I love the idea of having bread that is good for you and taste so good. I will keep your site in my favorites and check in frequently.

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flourgirl51

One of the main differences that you will find is the freshness of the flour. It really makes a difference in the rise and taste of the bread. When grains are milled into flour they start to lose the nutrients quickly. I use the flour that I make just as I would store flour but use a bit less due to the 100% whole grain aspect of the flour. Whole grain flours contain the bran and germ and these soak up the liquid in a recipe so you can use less flour. My bread rises nicely and I have found no adverse effects of using flour with the complete germ and bran in it.


I will be working on our website as time allows and will keep your suggestions in mind.


Thank you for your input. If you have any specific questions please send me a message.

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flourgirl51

The new site is updated now. I still have to add some pictures but the prices are there. www.organicwheatproducts.com

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NetherReine

I just thoroughly explored your website.  What a wealth of information!  Your prices seem very reasonable - you've got a new customer!

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flourgirl51

Great! We can keep the prices down because we grow what we sell and there is no middle man. I grind the flours to order also.

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summerbaker

I have really enjoyed your flour so far ( I ordered from you back in Feb).  You're right, it was more flavorful than the bags of ww that I had gotten at the grocery store in the past!


Summer

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flourgirl51

I am so glad that you like it!

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Yerffej

I have found that not only does freshly ground flour give great flavor but even more flavor is to be had in organic grains.  Chemically raised food simply does not have as good of flavor....not to mention all of the other negative attributes of chemically raised food.


Jeff