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Within this Cotswold Flour Baking Club page will find details of our competitions and giveaways, access to our upcoming events, links to our favourite recipes and latest blogs, as well a Forum to ask and answer any baking questions you have!
Juliet Sear visits the Matthews Cotswold Flour Mill for a tour with Bertie Matthews!
If you missed this on ITV, you can watch it on catch up here:
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We held a live Q&A session with Bertie and Paul Matthews on 17th June, they discussed wheat types and how it makes a difference to your bakes; why they love spelt; where their grain comes from; and what’s special about everyone’s favourite Cotswold Crunch flour.
Catch up on the full broadcast here:
Wow thank you for all sending us such delicious recipes using Matthews Cotswold Flour! Click on the button below to view our recipes page with cakes, bread, sourdough start, and many more, and to submit your own.
We’re creating this space with the goal of bringing our keenest club members together (with a side helping of our team’s expertise). Baking professionals from the Matthews Mill will be online regularly to answer your questions and facilitate communication between members.
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The terms wholemeal, whole grain, and whole wheat are used interchangeably in different countries. In the UK, people refer to full grain related products as wholemeal, while people in the United States refer to these products as whole grain or whole wheat. While these terms have similar definitions, there are
Notes from Elaine: I’m so excited about this post, I’ve really enjoyed making and testing these loaves… I hope you like it too! Every bread in this post has been made using my master recipe to create enriched doughs and loaves… they’re beautiful and shiny and they smell amazing; the
This offer is exclusive to Cotswold Baking Club Members. The day consists of intro teas and coffees and a presentation by one of the Matthews on the history and provenance of the mill. You will then be invited to take a tour of the mill learning how the milling process works and has changed over the years.
You will see each stage of the journey from grain testing, milling, packing and finally baking. We will have one of our bakers prepare some sample loaves to taste.
Ensure you sign up to the baking club and look out for notifications for when we are able to run the tours of the mill again.
Due to the recent events, we have had to pause our Baking Club Missions. We will be in contact with more details when these are up and running again.Matthews Cotswold Flour are currently working on some new and exciting products, and we need our Cotswold Flour Baking Club expertise. We have produced some trial samples of a new authentic Italian grown and milled premium pizza flour to add to our range.
We are looking for volunteers to trial bake a number of flour samples and give us feedback on the best results. If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, please apply below. We will send you some free flour, a recipe and a feedback form.
On completion we would like to offer 20% off your next order and some free giveaways!
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Shipton under Wychwood
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With a milling legacy spanning eight generations, Matthews Cotswold Flour is one of the UK’s oldest family-run flour mills. Trading grain and milling flour in the heart of the Cotswolds since the 1800s, we believe passionately that our local partnerships, traditional methods and premium grains make for better baking.
We are proud to offer premium quality Organic and Stoneground Wholegrain flour, using grain from local farmers and time-honoured milling techniques.
The Matthews Cotswold Flour story began when the original FWP Matthews built a mill on the river Evenlode in 1912. You’ll find us working here to this day, overlooking the picturesque Cotswold village of Shipton-Under-Wychwood.
We are immensely grateful for all our local farming partners, who have been with us for generations. In the next few weeks Paul Matthews will be sharing the harvest report!
Share your Local Harvet with us by tagging #cotswoldharvest 🙌👌
Just so I don’t run short, nephews partner jut been shopping at @Tesco and she got me a few back up bags of @CotswoldFlour Strong White #Bread flour 😃🍞🥖
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