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Arrowhead Mills Organic Buckwheat Flour, 32 Ounce Bag

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  • Pure organic buckwheat flour
  • Wheat and gluten free flour with a distinctive flavor
  • Can be used for an array of international dishes such as soba noodles, blinis, crepes and pancakes
  • Good source of fiber, low sodium and low fat
  • USDA certified organic
  • An excellent source of fiber
  • Buckwheat berries, not derived from wheat, are ground into flour
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Arrowhead Mills Organic Buckwheat Flour, 32 Ounce Bag + Bob's Red Mill Millet Flour, 23 oz + Bobs Red Mill Sorghum Flour Gluten Free 22 Oz
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Organic buckwheat flour.

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Arrowhead Mills has been one of America's most trusted organic baking brands for 50 years. We take great pride in the fact that more than half of organic food lovers from coast-to-coast count on our naturally enriched, simply made products to nourish themselves and their families. We remain true to the core values and straightforward business practices on which our company was founded half a century ago. That's why we purchase many of our wholesome ingredients directly from local suppliers. It's why we emphasize environmental responsibility by maintaining sustainable farming practices with no harmful chemical pesticides and herbicides, and take decisive steps to shrink our carbon footprint and conserve our planet. It's why every day, in all we do, we continue to deliver on the Arrowhead Mills brand promise—simple products, straight from nature and as close as you can get to home.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 5 x 7.2 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0019GVBTS
  • UPC: 074333471363
  • Item model number: AML71363
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,151 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

Millet flour has a nice taste but gritty texture.
Grayson
This was very reasonably priced and tastes great in my baked goods.
Avid Reader
It makes great pancakes and I include it in multigrain muffins.
Pat Henry

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By thomas on November 3, 2011
Despite the label "wheat free, gluten free" on the packaging, this product is neither. It caused serious illness when prepared and eaten, and it tested unequivocally positive for gluten when tested on an ELISA gluten test kit. If you have celiac disease or are gluten intolerant, don't buy it. Really too bad since buckwheat is a naturally gluten free product, but this company contaminated it during it processing. The company has been informed of the problem, but has taken no action.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Darryl Sadler on March 22, 2012
I don't make regular pancakes anymore since my family likes these much more than plain pancakes. Buckwheat is very alkaline in comparasion to wheat. It's also a great source of fiber & protein.

Buckwheat pancakes:

2 cups buckwheat flour
4 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup organic honey or brown sugar
3 eggs
2 cups water
4 tbsp. olive oil

This makes 12 moderate sized pancakes (5 - 6 inches diameter). Whisk all the ingredients well. You may need to adjust the amount of water for the thickness of batter you desire. Oil your pan or griddle and pour batter to 3 inch in diameter. Flip when the bubbles start to appear & pop (as you would usually with pancakes). I wrap up the extras individually for the freezer for my kids to grab in the morning and they still taste great.
Enjoy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Grayson on December 28, 2012
My kids have multiple food allergies, so I've been experimenting with different flours. Most everything labeled gluten free has corn (either cornstarch, corn meal or xanthan gum from corn). Millet flour has a nice taste but gritty texture. Muffins made with it are like bricks once they cool. Rice flour is so gritty I use it to replace cornmeal on my fried okra. So I've been on a search for a better baking flour. I've been pleased with the buckwheat. It does have more flavor to it than something like millet. When I used 100% buckwheat for Christmas spritz cookies (like shortbread), the kids said the cookies were a little funky, but they still ate them. Then I tried half millet flour and half buckwheat. Total success. The buckwheat gives a texture more like wheat, and the millet keeps the flavor pretty neutral.

If you need a gluten free, corn free flour, this is what you want to try. Tips: use guar gum (Barry farm, on Amazon) instead of xantham if you can't have corn. I use 1/2 tsp for a batch of muffins/cake, a little more for cookies so they don't break too easily.

The arrowhead mills buckwheat flour does have a dark color. I got weird looks when I served up a gray coffee cake with buckwheat and no millet. Taste was great. Color was pretty scary. My buckwheat hot cereal (use to make grits) is a nice yellow, so maybe there is some husk or something in the whole grain flour that gives the color. If you make everything chocolate flavor it solves the problem. Good excuse to add cocoa (which also has a nice texture when baking gluten free, and tastes better than potato starch).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jube111 on September 7, 2011
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This item was perfect for making waffles. The waffles had great flavor and nice color. I like that it is organic. I will buy this product again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mommy2girls on March 28, 2011
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I love to bake and I have multiple food allergies. So this product is great for me. I have made pumpkin muffins, pancakes and other great baked goods with this brand of Buckwheat flour. I love that they are a nut free company too!
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I grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland where buckwheat pancakes were the norm (along with corn fritters, scrapple, and peach cobbler). Glad to have found a source for the great product as Arrowhead Mills is hard to find, and the stuff that we can get in Kroger and Food Lion just does not have the same BUCKWHEAT flavor to it.

Excellent, and our kids love it.

Highly recommended
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By Mark K Krage on April 5, 2014
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I decided to try to use buckwheat flour as a partial replacement for regular wheat flour in a recipe for oatmeal cookies. I liked the result - cookies seemed moister and tastier. I used a 50-50- mix. Buckwheat flour, however, cannot be used as a total replacement for wheat flour.
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By /Darlene on March 22, 2014
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I was trying to find a product to use instead of regular flour, I tried pancakes and they didn't come out as expected. I mixed this half & half with regular flour and the pancakes came out fine.
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