Bacheldre Organic Stoneground Unbleached Strong White Flour 1.5kg

Description

Click here to buy our alternative strong white bread flour: Foricher Traditional White French T65 Bread Flour

Bacheldre organic stoneground unbleached strong white flour is a creamy coloured flour for great tasting bakes, every time.

The flour is gently sifted to remove the largest bran particles, though some of the smallest will remain. Bacheldre Mill doesn’t bleach or heat the flour to artificially whiten it, hence the creamier colour.

Bacheldre organic stoneground unbleached strong white flour is suitable for baking by hand and with bread machines. It includes a recipe for a white loaf.

Bacheldre Mill is run by husband and wife team, Matt & Anne Scott. When they first came across the mill in the Welsh marshes, it was a working museum grinding around a tonne of grain a month. There’s been a watermill at Bacheldre since 1575, and when they bought it the Scotts decided it would be fantastic to keep the tradition alive.

They may use electric motors, but the Scotts still use traditional millstones. These preserve the natural goodness and flavours in the wheatgerm, and has helped Bacheldre Mill’s flours win awards and become the flour of choice for some Michelin-star chefs. Almost all of the grains they use to produce their flour are organically grown here in the UK.

Ingredients: wheat flour. Bread and flour regulations require the following nutrients to be added to white flour: calcium carbonate, iron, niacin, thiamine.

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