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Jovial Organic Einkorn Flour, 32.0-Ounce

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Price: $10.50 ($0.33 / oz) & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Nature?s original wheat^Pleasing sweet flavor and silky texture^Rich content of the antioxidant lutein^Sustainably grown on small organic farms in Italy^100% organic einkorn
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Jovial Organic Einkorn Flour, 32.0-Ounce + Jovial Organic Whole Grain Einkorn Spaghetti, 12-Ounce Packages (Pack of 6) + Jovial Organic Einkorn Wheat Berries, 16.0-Ounce
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Organic einkorn flour. Contains Wheat Our facility is free of milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, and soy.

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Our mission is to create authentic, unique and satisfying foods you can trust, with a time-honored taste that embraces the heritage of our ancestors. Our crops are lovingly cultivated by small-scale farmers and our products are masterly crafted by Italian artisans, resulting in the finest nutrient-rich, distinctly flavorful foods.

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  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B007SM6NWC
  • UPC: 815421011005
  • Item model number: 54-430
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,935 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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It's wonderful for cookies, pancakes, etc.
Deeanna R. Franklin
I am gluten intolerant and so struggle with today's "modern" wheat which has been modified over the years.
ZJ Troi
The flour is slightly creamy in color (not bleached of course), texture is fine, just like your modern flour.
Ann Martin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 106 people found the following review helpful By The Snug Bug on August 26, 2012
This flour is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Amazing! I originally became interested in Einkorn wheat after reading the book Wheat Belly. The book outlines how wheat has been hybridized into frankewheat which is nothing like the original wheat our ancestors ate. I normally eschew grains and wheat in particular, but there are some favorite recipes you just can't make without flour. After reading that Einkorn does not spike blood sugar or might be less allergenic, I was skeptical but hopeful. I haven't made bread with it yet, but plan to soon. I have used the flour in gravy and breading meat. It makes a wonderful, golden crispy crust in breading and blends smoothly and thickens even better than regular flour in gravy and sauces. The texture is incredibly silky and finely milled. But the biggest surprise of all is that it actually has a flavor, where regular flour has none or tastes like paste. In creating sauces, you normally have to cook the flour to get the paste taste out, but Einkorn has a subtle, rich flavor that doesn't require this, a sign of a quality ingredient. I originally bought this flour for its healthful properties, but I'm going to keep cooking with it because I love how it works and tastes! Do not hesitate to add this to your pantry.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By TabITSWD on February 19, 2013
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I was a little skeptical about switching to a "non-modern" wheat but after fighting chronic inflammation for several years, specifically arthritic problems, a M.D. friend convinced me that losing 10 lbs. and eliminating or severely cutting down "immune system stimulants" would help, "just try it for 4 weeks" she said. Long story short, my immediate goals were, lower the glycemic load in my diet, limit modern wheat and certain types of vegetable oils. Life is impossible for me without bread and the products that are made from food industry wheat, so Jovial's einkorn seemed a potential alternative for bread and those other products I was loathe to remove.

This flour is the perfect answer for me. I tried many, many, many other solutions first (emmer, rye, soy flour, kamut, almond flour, and spelt) but the einkorn yields the best loaves of bread and it produces a lower glycemic load than many of the other options I tried. The flavor of this bread is incredible, far surpasses anything you could purchase in the store by a mile, but you have to understand this is going to be a heavier loaf of bread. Not heavy like rye but heavier than modern bread flour. What most people will dislike, if anything, about bread from this flour is the heaviness so the trick is to get it to rise as much as possible. There's a pretty good recipe on the bag, but there are a few small things that can be done to make the loaves lighter/rise more: test your yeast by doing a trial run in warm water and making sure it develops a good foam, also buy a laser thermometer and make sure the water is between 110-112 degrees, yeast is a living organism that performs best at a specific range.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Deeanna R. Franklin on October 2, 2012
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This is a wonderful flour! If all flours were like this prior to the 70s, then I can see why obesity wasn't a problem back in the day. It's satisfying and filling without being over-filling and leaving you with whacked out blood sugar levels [like regular and whole wheat pasta]. It's wonderful for cookies, pancakes, etc. You can taste and somehow feel the difference with this flour. It is that good.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By ZJ Troi on November 28, 2012
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I am gluten intolerant and so struggle with today's "modern" wheat which has been modified over the years. Einkorn flour is original form of flour so I bought some, wondering if the gluten in this version of wheat would bother me or not. The gluten in Einkorn flour is easier to digest and there is less of it. I have made homemade bread, pizza crusts, and biscuits so far. The taste is wonderful and the nutrients of this flour supercedes "modern" wheat which is supposed to be so good for all of us. This flour is yellow due to the high levels of luetin and it has a tendency to be clumpy so sifting the flour helps some. I don't recommend it for thickening sauces or soups due to the clumping nature. Since there is less gluten in this flour, you have to bake with it a little differently than with "modern" wheat. There isn't much information on this at this point since this flour is pretty new to the market, so it is trial and error. Great find! So far I have had no problems with this kind of wheat. Recommend to everyone who has trouble with today's "modernized" wheat.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Ann Martin on October 6, 2012
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I was inspired by the book "Wheat Belly" to completely reorganize my pantry.
I switched my family to almond flour, coconut flour, etc...
But in some of my favorite recipees you just can't replace wheat flour, simply can't; like pizza, for instance. So, after googling einkorn flour I was happy
to know Amazon carried it. The flour is slightly creamy in color (not bleached of course), texture is fine, just like your modern flour. When I made yeast dough out of einkorn flour it turned out good, just a little more sticky than usual, but manageble. Also, it's a little less plastic. I am considering adding a little more olive oil to it, or butter, and eggs. I made 4 pizzas and they taste great. The crust tasted more intense then regular bread dough...very pleasant. It made me remember the taste of my great grandma's baked goodies.
I am very pleased with it and will definitely order more.
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