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Arrowhead Mills Organic Gluten Free Buckwheat Flour, 2 Pound
- Gluten-Free certified to 10 ppm gluten or less by GFCO.org
- Whole grain organic buckwheat flour
- No genetically engineered ingredients or synthetic pesticides
- USDA Organic & kosher certified, Non-GMO Project verified
- Recyclable packaging printed with non-toxic, water-based inks
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Flavor: Gluten Free Buckwheat Flour | Size: 2 Pound
Organic buckwheat flour.
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2 cups buckwheat flour
4 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup organic honey or brown sugar
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.
1 bag of either amarenth or quinoa flour
1/2 bag millet flour (or buckwheat)
2 cups tapioca flour
2 cups coconut flour sifted
This makes about five loaves of bread. I adapted from the recipes in Coconut Flour Gourmet, as I don't want to use all the rice flours and starches and want to use organic flours.
I have a dedicated fridge to keep all my flours, nuts, etc. cold. These flours should always be refrigerated, even before opening to keep them from going rancid. I make sure to bring everything to room temp, including eggs, before baking. Also, it's important to use up all the flour mix, don't just keep adding to it or some of it will start to "turn" on you. This happened to my daughter last year, so thought mentioning might save someone from having to waste these expensive flours.
This is my favorite brand of millet flour as the consistency is perfect. Just today I made two loaves of bread and a batch of cornbread (using the fabulous organic Arrowhead Mills GF corn flour which I have not yet seen on Amazon, but is available at my local Publix grocery and on Vitacost).
I will not purchase my GF flours at Whole Foods as they stick all the flours together and I can not risk the cross-contamination from gluten-containing bags breaking. Although I have spoken to WF about this, they tell me this is their corporate policy, so I hope all who have celiac disease do not even walk down those aisles (I don't let my husband do it). Buying the closed cases through Amazon is always my first choice when they are available at a competitive price.
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).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've recently learned the value of using sprouted wheat flour - first in baking bread but also substituting for regular flour in my other baked goods. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Therese M. Weiler
This is good sprouted whole wheat flour. I have used it to make a variety of things (bread, muffins,,cookies etc) with good results. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mom of 2
Great flour... but, I just recieved my order (10.5 lbs) and it all expires in 3 months (Oct). So, it's not fresh and it's highly unlikely I'll get through it all by its expiration. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Jen DiMaggio
Excellent product, great for pancakes. My vegetarian son loves these.Published 28 days ago by J. Pike