Organic Red Fife & Buckwheat Flour
Flour game level up.
Working with new flours is like trying out new colors of paint on a canvas—you’ll be impressed with the way your bakes change in nuanced texture and flavor. Red fife is a heritage wheat varietal from the 19th century with a faint reddish hue (it’s got a bit more of a robust flavor). And buckwheat, a classic addition to French crepes and soba noodles, is a wonderfully nutty substitute for whole wheat in quick breads. Add this flour set to your pantry or gift it to an avid baker.
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