Cotswold Farmhouse Strong Wholemeal Flour

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Cotswold Farmhouse Strong Wholemeal Flour

£12.56

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Our conventional roller ground strong wholemeal flour is a premium grade, 100% extraction wholemeal flour with an exceptionally high protein level. This strong wholemeal flour is suitable for the baking of tasty wholemeal bread loaves and rolls.

For 16Kg sacks of flour please see our commercial sales

Order the 5 x 1.5 KG bags for free delivery.

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Description

Our conventional roller ground wholemeal flour is a premium grade, 100% extraction wholemeal flour with an exceptionally high protein level. This strong wholemeal flour is suitable for the baking of tasty wholemeal bread loaves and rolls

Wholemeal Wheat Flour

For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold

Available in 16 kg sacks or 5 x 1.5 kg bags.

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Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Weight

One bag 1.5Kg, 5 bags 7.5 Kg

3 reviews for Cotswold Farmhouse Strong Wholemeal Flour

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Mixed 50/50 with the Cotswold Crunch flour this makes a very well flavoured loaf in a breadmaker and would doubtless be just as good for those who have the time to make it by hand. Don’t be put off by the ‘Crunch’ in the other named flour, the bits in it are very kind to teeth!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pete

    I first found this brand of flours in Aldi when I purchased the Cotswold Crunch.It made a lovely granary style loaf in my bread maker – of course ‘granary’ is a trademark. I bought the wholemeal flour and made dough in the bread maker before my first ever attempt at making burger buns – there was honey in the recipe and this shone through making a delightful bread. I ate the first (rather large) bun as it cooled without any extras – it was just moorish. I have since made a small loaf from their ‘eight seed flour’ and this is just as scrummy. I love it toasted for breakfast. I am stuck for choice now – ‘granary’, seeded or simple brown – maybe I should ask the audience. Whatever, it’s a winner and will definitely rise to the occasion.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Adrian Brown

    Mixed with 8 grain and a live sour dough culture, we feed our B&B guests the resulting bread all year round. It is that good that many have asked for the recipe and taken some live culture with them!

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