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

Using Sprouted Grains

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

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

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Delicious Spelt Cookies from start to finish.

Spelt?

by Meagan Nuchols

Spelt Cookies- delicious from start to finish.

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

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Millet and Amaranth Gluten-Free Artisan Bread

May is Amaranth Month

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Amaranth Grain in Full Bloom

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

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Bob's Red Mill 100% Stone Ground Whole Wheat Pastry Flour

On Whole Wheat Pastry Flour

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Bob's Red Mill 100% Stone Ground Whole Wheat Pastry Flour

An ingredient that receives a great deal of use in our bakery (and lots of interest from customers!) is our whole wheat pastry flour. Here’s a little information on a great product to add to your home bakery and kitchen.

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A whole grain is made up of three parts- the bran, endosperm and germ.

Whole Grains are more than the sum of their parts

by Cassidy Stockton

A whole grain is made up of three parts- the bran, endosperm and germ.

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard that you are supposed to be eating whole grains every day to reduce your risk factors for heart disease and cancer. How much and what type vary, but the message

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April is Sprouts Month

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All you need is a jar to start growing sprouts at home!

According to our friends over at the Whole Grains Council, April is the month of sprouted grains. Although sprouted grain can actually refer to a wide variety of products, we decided to take the idea of sprouted grains

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Quinoa Salad by Chef Pascal Sauton is one of our long standing favorite recipes (link below).
Roger in the field

Where did this come from?

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It is a question that more and more people are asking about the products they buy.  It can also be a difficult question to answer when you’re trying to pick out what to take home from the grocery store. At Bob’s Red Mill, we have found that the people who

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Just because they're delicious, doesn't mean they have to be bad for you.

Perfect Pancakes

by Cassidy Stockton

Just because they're delicious, doesn't mean they have to be bad for you.

Yesterday was National Pancake Day and to celebrate we asked everyone their favorite pancake toppings. We got some pretty traditional answers with pure maple syrup and real butter topping the list, but we also got some pretty

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Chia is a good source of protein and dietary fiber.

Introducing Chia Seed & Giveaway

by Cassidy Stockton

Chia is a good source of protein and dietary fiber.

Over the years, we have received many requests for chia seed and we are happy to announce that we are now producing black chia seed. Chia has been recognized by health professionals worldwide for being an excellent source of Omega-3

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