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U.S.A Grown Soft White Wheat Berries | 100% Non-Irradiated | Certified Kosher Parve | Non-GMO Project Verified | Field Traced (25 LB Poly Bag)
|Price:||$41.95 ($0.22 / Ounce)|
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|Package Weight||11.43 Kilograms|
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- Our food products are NOT Irradiated (an accepted practice that exposes your food to radiation for sterilization).
- Identity Preserved – each bag comes with a code you can scan to identify the field we grew it in and harvest date.
- Certified Kosher Parve and Non-GMO Project Verified
- All Palouse Brand products will sprout!
- We grow it, harvest it, truck it, process it, bag it and get it to you - it never touches a middleman.
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How we got our start?Palouse Brand is a 5th generation, family-owned and vertically-integrated farm that grows, cleans, processes, packages, and ships premium legumes and grains directly to customers around the world.
What makes our product unique?We take pride in quality and transparency. We grow our own products in eastern Washington and provide customers with, field location, photos, and harvest dates. We try to include our customers in every aspect of the process from farm to table.
Why we love what we do?Beyond our passion for farming, we value helping people live healthier. We strive to support our customer's pursuit of health by providing premium nutrient-rich products, transparency, recipes, guides, and five-star customer service.
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- Package Dimensions : 23 x 12.4 x 3.5 inches; 25 Pounds
- UPC : 858931003221
- Manufacturer : Palouse Brand
- ASIN : B0073XUMU0
- Best Sellers Rank: #6,082 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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By Rainman on April 15, 2019
Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars (excellent)
I bought a 5lb starter sack as part of a 3 grain assortment, to try out my new KIitchenaid grain mill attachment.
QUICK WHEAT VARIETY PRIMER: In general, hard wheat varieties, with their higher protein and gluten content, are best suited for leavened breadmaking, whereas soft wheat varieties contain roughly a third less protein and gluten and as a result are better suited for cakes, cookies, batters, flatbreads and egg-based varieties of pasta. Hard red and hard white varieties are nutritionally comparable and similar in all baking characteristics except one - the white variety is essentially a variant of red wheat with a bran layer that is much lower in tannin, resulting in a flour that is lighter in color and milder in flavor. Commercial "all purpose" flour is a finely-ground ultra-sieved blend of soft white and hard white wheat, so fellow home grinders are advised that if you want to approximate AP Flour, you MUST sieve your flours, and soft wheat will probably be your primary base grain (to which you'll add other flours depending on what you're making). Also note that freshly ground flour is noticeably lower in moisture content than commercial flour purchased in permeable paper bags. Accordingly, plan on needing to increase the moisture content in your recipes by 5%, and then let experience dictate how to finesse that up or down. When in doubt, it's better to err on tht wet side, because working a little more flour into a bread dough is a lot easier than working in more moisture.
* Excellent quality grain, low breakage, low moisture. Using my Kitchenaid Grain Mill Attachment, I ran it though once on the coarsest setting, then once on the finest setting, which I sifted with a 40 mesh sieve, and then ran the contents of the sieve through a second time on the finest setting, and once more though the sieve. The final flour yield (after double-fine grinding and sifting with 40 mesh) was roughly 84% by weight of the grain used. The resulting flour made good buttermilk biscuits, and the 16% leftovers (mostly bran) I reserved for use in soft oatmeal cookies and hot oatmeal, so there was actually no waste.
* The grain is also highly bio-active - after an overnight soak, it sprouted quickly and developed 1/2" tails in a mere 24-36 hrs, so I'm guessing fans of wheat grass will be very pleased. I didn't let mine go that far though - I stopped them at 1/2 inch by cooking them. The bran layer makes wheat berries a bit more chewy than most sprouts, so I opted to cook them by adding them to a split pea soup during the last 10 mins of cooking.
* Grown in the USA.
* PACKAGING (-1/4 star): The grain arrived in a light burlap sack with a plastic inner liner. There was no zip strip, necessitating the use of a box cutter to open the bag, which resulted in string fragments falling into the grain, which I then had to sift out. When I re-order in bulk, I'll be sure to buy in plastic pails, rather than bags.
* DUST (-1/4 star): I encountered some fine silo dust, which I sifted out along with the string fragments mentioned above before putting the grain in my storage container.
* This not so much a nit as a characteristic of soft wheat in general - it tends to clump more during grinding, so you'll need to periodically tap (read: whack) your grain mill to dislodge any clumps of flour that slow down the flour output.
* Excellent soft white wheat berries that are organic, non-gmo and viable for grinding into flour or spouting. For baking, sifting with a 40+ mesh sieve is recommended, particularly if you like a dough that's as soft smooth and refined as possible using home ground flour. For the most economical value, and convenient storage, I recommend buying large plastic pails rather than the small burlap bags. I'd definitely buy this again, if the price is right.
I keep an assortment of red and white, hard, soft, spring, winter. I really like this soft white for pasta, pancakes, cookies and such. Most of the time i sift it through at least a 70 mesh, especially for pasta. I freeze the sifted bran for use in bran loafs or muffins so it doesn't get thrown out.
The wheat flavor really comes out in quick beads and noodles which is 90% of what i use this for. There is far too much waste trying to sift down to AP flour, like for a cake, unless maybe you own a hammer mill. It's also far less cost effective. Best pancakes and waffles you'll ever eat if you have a mill.
I also buy their hard white winter wheat, split peas, and chickpeas. All are of superior quality.
BTW-I have never been paid by anyone for any review. I simply enjoy giving praise where praise is due. Likewise, I call out junk sellers.
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