Ceres Organics Buckwheat Flour 700g

Let’s get back to basics, get those hands dirty and feel the love… consider it a little finger-facial.
Made from organically and sustainably grown buckwheat, this flour is milled with meticulous care, using traditional methods and without treatments, such as chemical bleaching.
Eek they do that to flour?
Despite its name, buckwheat is actually the fruit of a plant related to rhubarb and sorrel… unless someone edited the Wikipedia page to trick us.
The rich flavour of BUCKWHEAT FLOUR complements many recipes and elevates the mundane to the marvellous. It’s popular in many nations for its nutritional benefits – Eastern Europe for blinis, the US for crepes and pancakes, Asia for Japanese soba noodles.

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$9.90

1 in stock

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Let’s get back to basics, get those hands dirty and feel the love… consider it a little finger-facial.
Made from organically and sustainably grown buckwheat, this flour is milled with meticulous care, using traditional methods and without treatments, such as chemical bleaching.
Eek they do that to flour?
Despite its name, buckwheat is actually the fruit of a plant related to rhubarb and sorrel… unless someone edited the Wikipedia page to trick us.
The rich flavour of BUCKWHEAT FLOUR complements many recipes and elevates the mundane to the marvellous. It’s popular in many nations for its nutritional benefits – Eastern Europe for blinis, the US for crepes and pancakes, Asia for Japanese soba noodles.