An off-white free flowing flour. Milled from organic strong hard wheat and sieved to make a fine wheat bread flour. Ideal for use in bread machines, for oven baked yeast cookery and profiteroles. Produced on a roller mill
A stone-ground flour milled from wholegrain buckwheat which is grown, stored or processed adjacent to wheat and other cereals. Traditionally used for pancakes and pasta. Buckwheat is a member of the rhubarb family which ripens in late autumn. It is a traditional food in Russia where it is known as kasha, as well as featuring in dishes from Northern China, Tibet and Europe. The flour has a calico colour and natural sweetness which can impart a pleasing flavour to noodles, pancakes, pasta and home baking. Buckwheat flour is low in gluten and well suited to cake and biscuit baking. For bread baking combine buckwheat flour with a strong bread flour.
Doves Farm Organic Stoneground Wholemeal Spelt, triticum speltum, was widely grown in Roman times. It is an ancestor of modern wheat and its genetic heritage is a cross of wild grasses and early cultivated cereals. This spelt flour is Soil Association and Kosher certified. It is available 5 packets of 1 kg each.
Doves Farm Organic White Rye Flour has low gluten, rye flour is also a great wheat free option for speciality diets. Unique to Doves Farm, White Rye, secale cereal, is a popular grain grown throughout Central and Eastern Europe. This hardy crop can thrive in poor soils and cold conditions. This rye flour is Soil Association and Kosher certified. Available 5 packets of 1 kg each.
Doves farm organic speciality white spelt flour is ideal for speciality pastry, cake and bread making. White spelt flour can be used in place of conventional white wheat flour. Spelt breads may rise more quickly and double in size faster than the timing given in standard bread recipes. It is casein free and nut free.
Every flour is different. Some are hearty like wheat, others are light like Bob’s Red Mill Teff Flour. It’s a texture that works well in delectably delicate dishes like the traditional Ethiopian teff meal, injera, as well as breads, cakes and other baked goods. Teff is also a nutritional powerhouse containing protein, fiber, calcium, iron and more. Adding this mildly nutty flour to your baking recipes introduces complex flavors, pleasant textures and nutrients. Oh, and did we mention it’s gluten free too?