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metropical's picture
metropical

pumpernickel flour source

Has anyone a good source, NYC or interweb, for real "course meal" pumpernickel flour?  Old world style like once used for bagels and pumpernickel bread?  KA and Hodgsons aren't quite what I'm thinking.

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leemid

Webster's defines pumpernickel as "a dark coarse sourdough bread made of unbolted rye flour", unbolted means not sifted which I suspect means not sieved.

You might try Bob's Red Mill at www.bobsredmill.com. They offer an 'organic pumpernickel dark rye meal' that might be what you are looking for.

Lee 

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sphealey

Bob's Red Mill Pumpernickel is a milled product with rye "granules" about 1/4 - 1/3 mm in diameter, which I think is similar to what the Germans call pumpernickel.

It is unfortunately no longer nut-free, but if that is not a concern for you give it a try. I had to order it on-line though; even my best-stocked BRM grocery store does not carry it.

sPh