Hard White Wheat | 4 LB

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Palouse Brand Hard White Wheat Berries,   Non-GMO Wheat Berries,  Washington grown, 4 pound
ries,   Non-GMO Wheat Berries,  Washington grown, 4 pound
Hard White Wheat | 4 LB
Palouse Brand Hard White Wheat Berries,   Non-GMO Wheat Berries,  Washington grown, 4 pound
ries,   Non-GMO Wheat Berries,  Washington grown, 4 pound
Hard White Wheat | 4 LB

Hard White Wheat | 4 LB

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Palouse Brand Hard White Wheat Berries are family farmed in Eastern Washington and are an excellent shelf stable ingredient. Our 4 pound Hard White Wheat Berries are packaged in resealable kraft bags that are easy to store in your pantry. 

Hard White Wheat Berries are great to grind into a fresh whole wheat white flour. This flour is our favorite when baking a delicious Sandwich Bread. Inside these kraft bags you’ll find wheat berries that are triple cleaned and can ensure a high quality product. We love how versatile wheat berries are and enjoy sharing recipes using them in dishes from brownies to salads.

 

Featured Recipe: How to Grow Wheat Berries

Growing wheatgrass at home is easy and inexpensive, and full of health benefits. Follow our instructions on how to grow your own wheatgrass at home.

How to Cook Wheat Berries

Bring at least 3 cups of water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Add 1 cup rinsed wheat berries, and reduce the heat. Simmer until tender, checking periodically for 25 mins. See more ways to cook, and how to grind wheat berries.

How to Store Wheat Berries

The best by date is 3 years from the time of packaging; however if stored in an air-tight container, in a dry, cool, and dark location they can last much longer. Freezing your wheat for long-term storage can affect the moisture content of the wheat berry and affect the baking properties of the wheat.

Hard White Wheat Field Map

Date seeded: 11/2/20
Date harvested: 8/17/21
Rainfall: 16.32
The 2021 crop year has brought with it a substantial drought which has affected our crops greatly. In addition to lower yields our Hard White Wheat Berries are slightly smaller than previous years, while still continuing to provide you with a high quality product.

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Grown with you in mind

Palouse Brand is a 5th generation, family-owned and vertically integrated farm that grows, cleans, processes, packages and ships premium legumes and grains directly to consumers. We grow our own products in Eastern Washington and provide information like field location, crop photos and harvest dates. We work hard to include our customers in every aspect of our farm to table process.

Beyond our passion for farming, we value helping people live healthier. We strive to support our customers’ pursuit of health by providing premium nutrient-rich products, transparency, recipes, guides, and five star customer service.

Starts in the field

Mike has been with the farm since 2004. Born and raised in Pullman, he has wanted to be a farmer ever since he can remember. He and his wife, Alyssa are raising two young boys who are just as excited about farming as their dad. He loves having his boys come help him in the field and is teaching them all the ins and outs of the equipment.

There is never a dull moment working on the farm, when it’s not harvest season, Mike enjoys seeding in the spring and the urgency of fall work. He loves the challenges and different tasks that every day brings and will never turn down an opportunity to drive a tractor. He feels that watching and helping the crops grow is the most rewarding part of his job.

Packaged for you

Goldie has been a part of the Palouse Brand team since the early Spring of 2020. At the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Palouse Brand’s surge in orders, she was our first official hire in growing our team. Her favorite moment was her second week of work, when she learned how to sew twenty-five pound bags and sewed over 500 bags during one shift.

On an average day, Goldie loves to keep track of how quickly she can empty a hopper of product when sewing bags, and of course getting to drive the forklift. After working for family members driving wheat trucks to elevators Goldie has really enjoyed getting to see the next steps to the process of getting products to your table.