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Cooking Classes at Bob’s Red Mill

by Cassidy Stockton

If you live in the greater Portland area or are looking for an excuse to come visit our World Headquarters, why not sign up for one the fantastic cooking classes we offer. Each month our store hosts three or four fabulous chefs from all over the country to bring you

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Which Whole Wheat?

Hard Red Wheat vs. Hard White Wheat

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As you might have noticed, here at Bob’s Red Mill we have a huge selection of different types of grains and flours to choose from. One of the questions that we are asked most often here in the bakery is the difference between two specific kinds: Hard Red Wheat and

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Impact Huller: Photo courtesy of http://forsbergs.com/products/15-d-ih.html

What the hull?

by Cassidy Stockton

Please excuse my play on words, I couldn’t resist. For the last few months, I’ve had the privilege of spending a few hours a week working with Bob on a labeling project. During these talks, we inevitably talk about more than just labeling. Last week we got onto a very

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Sorghum in the Field

Sorghum

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You may have already heard by now that Sorghum is the Whole Grain Council’s Grain of the Month for June. Sorghum was already on our minds all through May’s Celiac Disease Awareness Month, as sorghum is often mentioned as the most “wheat-like” of all the gluten free flours. One

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The Fabulous Chia Seeds

by Meagan Nuchols

Ch,ch,ch Chia! Yes, Chia pets! Now in 2010 we are not only sprouting this tiny seed, but eating it too! Just like many whole grains and wonder foods, our ancestors knew best and ate it hundreds of years ago. These seeds nutritional value and medicinal benefits are extensive.

Chia seeds

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Sprouted Grain Essene Bread, photo courtesy of Sproutingsprouts.com.

Using Sprouted Grains

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Recently a woman came into the store and inquired about sprouted wheat bread: what it is, how to make it, the benefits/disadvantages, etc. Although we currently don’t use sprouted grains in our baking at Bob’s Red Mill, it’s an interesting subject gaining popularity. People are drawn to bread using sprouted

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Delicious Spelt Cookies from start to finish.

Spelt?

by Meagan Nuchols

As I pushed the loaves of daily bread forward, an unfamiliar smiling face asked, “This might be a stupid question, but what is spelt?” I explained to her my knowledge of baking with spelt and all that I have learned about this ancient grain through studying on my own. After

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Millet and Amaranth Gluten-Free Artisan Bread

May is Amaranth Month

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As we continue our celebration of the Whole Grains Council’s Grain of the Month Calendar, we are joining with them again to spotlight amaranth for the month of May. At Bob’s Red Mill, all of the amaranth we sell is completely organic and packaged in our separate gluten free facility.

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