"Your whole grain durum flour has been a fantastic asset to our artisan bread baking business, and it's grown in WISCONSIN"
–One Love Bread
Whole Grain Flours
Sustainably grown / Non-Gmo
Heritage & Ancient Grains
Use instead of all-purpose flours
Better Nutrients / Better Flavor
Our sustainable growing practices using organic fertilizers guarantee you'll get a great product free from harsh chemicals. Our flours are 'whole grain' which means nothing has been taken out. They still have all of their nutrients (think fiber and protein) with nothing added. Just the wonderful flavors of heritage grains to enjoy!
"They mill fresh grains to our specifications. A baker's dream!"
-MacReady Artisan Bread Company
Bread Flour: Our bread flour is a hard red spring wheat. Try it for breads, cookies and muffins.
Durum Flour: Commonly used in pasta, durum also works well in biscuits, cookies and breads. Durum in Latin means "hard" and it's the hardest of all the wheats. If your recipe calls for "whole grain flour", try adding a little durum!
Einkorn Flour: Einkorn is the most ancient wheat. It's a good source of protein, iron and dietary fiber. It's used in breads and many other baked items.
Emmer Flour: An ancient grain (around 10,000 years old) that your body can recognize! It's high in protein with a trace of gluten. Emmer is also known as one of the "farro" grains. It also has a hull...adding to the milling process. Use emmer in wide-noodle pasta, scones, bread or even as a grain in soup!
Pastry flour: Our pastry flour is a soft red winter wheat. Use it in pie crusts, jelly rolls and as a complement to other flours in a recipe. We tried it with emmer in scones and they're yummy!
Rye Flour: Although wheat products reign supreme on the shelves of supermarkets in the United States, foods made from whole rye are worth looking for, not only for their rich, hearty taste, but for their numerous health benefits.
Rolled Oats: Thick rolled oats that haven't been pre-soaked. They make a creamy breakfast cereal and a great addition to cookies and breads. Many comparisons have been made between steel-cut oats and pre-soaked rolled oats to imply steel cut oats are healthier for you. Since our rolled oats aren't pre-soaked, their nutrient levels are the same as steel-cut.
Oat Flour: Great for gluten-free baking, this flour works well in recipes that include mashed bananas, apple sauce or even peanut butter. We've found oat flour needs a liquid mixture to stick together while it's baking.
Spelt Flour: A heritage grain (500-1,000 years old) that isn't a wheat. It's a cousin to wheat! Many people who can't tolerate gluten enjoy using spelt. Spelt does contain glutens, just less. Our country's "grain industry" gave up on spelt years ago because the hull creates an extra step in the milling process. It's great to see it coming back into use after all these years. We use it in cookies and pancakes.
"Our grains are grown, harvested, and milled right here on our farm. They don't leave our property until they are in a bag. This means we offer a single handling source for your grains."
-Farm Flavors Whole Grains at Meuer Farm
Retail: 1, 2, and 5 pound bags.
Wholesale: 25 and 50 pound bags.
Our grains are great for home cooks, chefs, artisan bread makers, pasta makers, restaurants, breweries and more!
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Farro is an Italian word that encompasses three varieties of heirloom grains: einkorn, spelt, and emmer.
"Bread Grains: The last frontier in the locavore movement"
Want baking ideas? Check out our RECIPE PAGE
Our grains/flours are now used at:
One Love Bread / Main Grain Bakery / MacReady Artisan Bread Company / The American Club / Annie's Fountain City Cafe / Osteria Papavero / Riverside Brewery / HEWN / Chef's Hat Restaurant / Clario Farms
Our grains/flours may be purchased at:
Metcalfe's Markets / Brewers Organics / MacReady Artisan Bread Company / Annie's Fountain City Cafe / Woodlake Market