Bread flour for making wheat and non wheat breads

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Selection of bread flour and other ingredients for making wheat and non wheat breads

We are pleased to offer a variety of flours for making great bread. Choose from a selection of wheat flours and non-wheat and gluten-free flours. We also have bread ingredients such as sourdough starter, dough enhancers and yeast.

Don’t see your favorite bread flour? Let us know so we can add it to our selection.

Resources for making bread

  • Choose a recipe from our collection of bread recipes.
  • Select from a variety of wheat and non-wheat flours in our bread flour section.
  • Browse the baking supplies section for the supplies and tools you need to make bread.
  • Check out our selection of bread mixes.
  • Review the selection of bread cookbooks.
  • Refer to the tips in the how to make bread section.
  • For more recipes and instructions on making bread, check out the bread baking blog.

 

 

Comments

  1. Nancy says

    I’m intereted in semolina flour, and have found two types: Atta Durham wheat flour sold by my local Indian market and Semolina pasta flour sold @ middle eatern markets and then Bob’s Red mill Semolina. Could you clarify for your recipies which type of flour are you using when you call for semolina.
    I just found your website and am enjoying all the variety of grains and recipes for them.
    Thank You

    • says

      Hi Nancy,

      For the most part, when I say Semolina, I’m referring to Semolina flour not Durham flour. Semolina is made from Durham wheat. The Durham flour I’ve used is more like a whole wheat flour, but Semolina has a creamy yellow color is a little gritty before incorporating it into dough. Hope this helps.

      Thanks,
      Cathy

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