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Source for Triticale Flour

alcophile's picture
alcophile

Source for Triticale Flour

I am looking for a source for whole grain triticale flour. I remember using some a long time ago but recently I have not been able to find any online. I have seen triticale included in mixed grain hot cereals like Bob's Red Mill.

Is there a reason the flour is not available? I can find sources for all the other wheats (einkorn, emmer, etc.) but not triticale.

Thanks.

idaveindy's picture
idaveindy

Here: https://organickingdom.com/products/triticale-flour-organic-596

currently  $3.75 per 27 ounces, plus shipping.

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If you have a high speed blender, you can turn rolled flakes into flour.

Rolled/flaked triticale here: https://grainplacefoods.com/product/organic-rolled-triticale/

$35.03 per 25 pounds, plus shipping.

A whirly-blade coffee/spice grinder will also make flour out of soft rolled flakes, just in smaller amounts at a time.

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These links were found via: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=buy+triticale

alcophile's picture
alcophile

Thanks, idaveindy. The unit price for the triticale flour isn't too bad, but the shipping? Yikes!

I think I'll go with rolled—I can use it as flakes or whirl it for flour.