Our flour is milled to order just for you. We use our amazing wheat berries and our stone mill to make amazing fresh whole wheat flour. We offer two different kinds of whole wheat flour, multi-purpose (soft white wheat flour) and white bread flour (hard white wheat flour). Our flour is unbleached, un-bromated, non-irritated with no additives.
- 3 lb bag (approximately 11 cups)
- For the freshest taste, store in the freezer (though a cool, dry place works, too).
- Soft White Wheat Flour - Multi-Purpose Flour
- Hard White Wheat Flour - Bread Flour
What is White Whole Wheat Flour
Flour is typically a blend of red and white wheat as well as hard and soft wheat that ranges in protein from 8-13% and usually only utilizes the endosperm of the wheat kernel. We are able to provide a whole wheat flour that has the same qualities as all-purpose but gives you the nutrients from every part of the whole grain. Our soft white wheat berries have a protein of 11% which creates one of the best multi-purpose or all-purpose flours. Our hard white wheat berries have a protein content of 13% which produces an amazing bread flour. Our white wheat flour is unbleached and is free if of potassium bromate.
All Purpose Flour From Soft White Wheat
We grind our soft white wheat berries into the most amazing multi-purpose whole wheat flour. Soft white wheat has a moderate protein content as well as a mild, sweet flavor. Multi-purpose white flour is best suited for recipes with a tender crumb. A good rule of thumb is you can substitute this flour for any recipe calling for all-purpose flour that uses baking soda, baking powder or both as a leavening agent. The whole wheat all-purpose flour also has the added bonus of being whole wheat, providing you with all the nutrition from the bran, germ, and endosperm. Where traditional all-purpose flour is typically just comprised of the endosperm.
Bread Flour from Hard White Wheat
We grind our hard white wheat berries into spectacular whole wheat bread flour. Hard white wheat berries have a higher protein content than soft types of wheat, making them perfect for bread flour. Hard white wheat berries also have more protein than their soft counterparts, but they also have a mild, sweet taste and the beautiful golden color people love in baked goods. Whole grain nutrition without any of the traditional somewhat bitter and robust taste of traditional whole wheat bread flour. Due to the high protein content of white whole wheat bread flour is best suited for baked goods that utilize yeast.
Fresh Milled Whole Wheat Flour In the Kitchen
This flour is perfect for cakes, cookies, muffins, quick bread pancakes and more. It has a lower gluten content than flours made with hard wheat berries providing that tender crumb. Our flour contains no preservatives, so the shelf is one year. Since this flour is whole grain, it uses the bran and germ. Which are high in nutrients and oils, which can go rancid faster than flours non-whole grain counterparts. Storing your whole grain flours in the freezer or fridge in an airtight container is a great way to help make them last longer. Make sure you allow your flour to come to room temperature before baking, otherwise the cold temperature of flour can affect how your recipe turns out.
We have been milling our flour for years and have loved using this flour in our kitchen. We have posted some of our best recipes on the blog, to help you get off to a great start using this flour in your kitchen. One of our favorites is the All-Purpose Baking Mix and the shortcake and pancaked recipes that go with it.
What Makes Palouse Brand Products Special?
The Mader family grows, cleans, packages and ships all of our products direct from us to you. Our flour is milled individually for each customer after their order is placed. The cleaning plant was designed for quality, not quantity. Our stone mill is brand new and we are excited to be hand milling your flour. We care for our crops and products from beginning to end and care for our customers. Our farm practices the most sustainable environmentally friendly practices available. We are happy to answer any questions that you have - we are here to promote farm to table at it’s finest with the freshest products possible and to allow you to really know how your food is produced.