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Bob's Red Mill Whole Grain Teff, 24-Ounce Packages (Pack of 4)
- Case of four 24-ounce packages (96 total ounces)
- Made from 100% all-natural whole grain teff
- Rich in fiber, protein, and minerals such as calcium, copper, and iron
- The smallest grain in the world; similar in consistency and texture to wheat farina
- Packaged in Milwaukie, Oregon
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About the Brand
Bob's Red Mill is dedicated to the manufacturing of natural foods in the natural way. In their own words: "With all the sophisticated knowledge of recent times, no machinery has yet been developed that grinds grains into flour quite as well as our flint-hard quartz millstones quarried in France and used by discriminating millers since early Roman times."
"Our well-dressed (sharpened) sets of millstones turn the highest quality wheat into a finer, better baking bread flour than all the hammer mills, steel roller mills, steel buhr mills, or pulverizers ever built! These slow turning millstones grind the bran, endosperm, and germ (containing its nutritious wheat germ oil) into flour in a cool natural way, creating a more assimilable food."
Bob's Red Mill stone grinds all common and most uncommon grains into flours and meals on its over 100-year-old mills. They mix them into an astounding array of unique cereals, pancake and waffle mixes, machine and hand-made bread mixes, quick bread mixes, gluten-free mixes, and specialty grain products.
Size: 24oz (Pack of 4)
Whole Grain Teff.
Keeps best refrigerated or frozen. To cook Teff Grain as a hot breakfast cereal, simply bring 2 cups lightly salted water to a boil. Add 1/2 cup Teff Grain, cover and simmer 15 to 20 minutes or until water is absorbed, Stir occasionally. Serve with honey, raisins, nuts, fruit and/or cinnamon to add flavor and nutrition.
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Top Customer Reviews
We can now confidently add teff to our rotation of amaranth, quinoa, brown rice, millet, oatmeal, and spelt flakes.
We have a high protein, high fiber, vitamin packed winner!
and top grade. I love Teff and all of the potential benefits, that I have researched. The grain is very versatile and with a little creativity much can be done with it. I store the packs in the freezer to retain freshness and use it as needed. It's easy to grind in a coffee grinder and to add to pancakes, breads, cookies, muffins, as a thickener for soups, etc. My energy level goes way up when I consistantly use this product.
I picked up "Bob's Red Mill Teff" at my local grocery, in response to my teenage son's interest in cooking grains from around the world. There are two adequate recipes on the package, but we didn't follow either exactly. In the dinner recipe, we used cardamon in place of cloves and dried apricots in place of dates. If you've ever cooked grits or polenta, you won't find teff difficult at all. Check the other brands of teff here on amazon if you decide to order some; "Bob's" appears to be the most expensive.
I haven't tried the recipes on the back of the package yet for teff porridge or teff pudding (they look very tasty, but require longer stove-top cooking and more attention than I usually want to invest unless I've already tried the result and know for a fact that it's worth the time and trouble).
However, when I added a generous sprinkling of teff to a bowl of McCann's Quick & Easy steel-cut Irish oats before adding the boiling water and following the microwave directions on that package, the result was spectacularly good (much better than the oats alone, even when cooked with my usual cinnamon, dried fruits, and nuts).
And then I tried 'blooming' a half-cup of teff in about a cup of boiling water (I ended up simmering it in the microwave for a few minutes, since I was impatient) and stirring that into a standard pancake recipe (using a generic reduced-fat baking mix). The pancake batter looked thin and a little gloppy, but they cooked up beautifully and had a wonderful, nutty (but not heavy) taste. After I made the first few pancakes, I didn't even bother dropping frozen wild blueberries onto the pancake batter anymore, since the teff made the pancakes tasty all alone. The texture of the pancakes was light, but spongy, and they're just as good warmed up in the microwave a few days later.
One of these days I'll work up the nerve to try cooking the teff all alone, but in the meantime I'm adding it to other cooked or baked products at every opportunity, and I haven't been disappointed in the result yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
the new quinoa, appreciate recipe for stew on the back of the package. yeah!Published 5 days ago by Mary
I'm a fan of Bob's Red Mill and these whole grains met my expectations. Not really much more to say than that.Published 2 months ago by ChenXi
Love having the option of buying this in bulk from amazon. We love Teff!Published 4 months ago by Nathaly S.
Love Teff, can't find it at the stores. I have to eat gluten free and this is a wonderful alternative.Published 4 months ago by Rosie
Great price! Best I've found thus far! Good quality teff grain. Fast shipment! Satisfied customer.Published 5 months ago by Carrie A Petrus