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Regular price
$13.95

Sifted Red Spring Wheat Flour

47 reviews
Sifted Red Spring Wheat Flour
Regular price
$13.95

Sifted Red Spring Wheat Flour

47 reviews

Note that orders placed here are for shipping via Canada Post or UPS. To order for next day local pick-up or delivery, read our FAQ before heading to Bakery Orders. 

We love to refer to this as our Bread Flour. Our Sifted Red Spring Wheat Flour is the perfect flour choice for any bread baker, from novice to professional. Sourdough and yeasted bread both benefit from the high protein and distinctive flavour found in this freshly milled flour. It also makes beautiful pancakes and pastries.

Important details:
Grain type: Red Spring Wheat
Application: Bread, Pastry, Pizza Dough
Origin: Laura, SK
Farmer: Will Robbins
Extraction Rate: 80%
Protein: 12%

Flourist Sifted Red Spring Wheat Flour is milled from organically grown Red Spring wheat from Laura, Saskatchewan. This flour is ideal for creating moist, flavourful breads, pastries, and both sweet and savoury loaves. Like our Sifted Red Fife Flour, this Red Spring flour is a perfect replacement for white all purpose flour from the grocery store—more flavourful, more nutritious and freshly milled.

High in protein, Canadian Red Spring wheat is the go-to grain for bread baking flour. Red Spring wheat accounts for the majority of wheat grown in Canada — and has garnered a reputation internationally for its superior milling and baking qualities.

Our hand-crafted Austrian stone mill slowly and gently crushes grain at a low temperature, a process that produces beautiful, aromatic, nutritious and delicious flour.

Our sifted flours are passed through fine screens to remove the larger bran and germ particles leaving beautiful, soft and richly textured flour.

The product bears little resemblance to the typical, highly processed shelf stable flour found on grocery store shelves. You’ll notice the difference right away: the colour is natural and the aroma is unmistakable.

We recommend storing our fresh flours in the fridge or freezer to maintain freshness.

New to our flour or looking for more resources? Read our Beginner's Guide to Flourist Flour here.

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4.9 Based on 47 Reviews
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SL
07/31/2020
Sandra L.
United States United States
Love your freshly milled flour!

This is my second time ordering a wide selection of your flour. I'm originally from Austria :) and I'm a passionate baker. From sourdough to coffee cake and even tried some of your recipes, I'm super happy with results and flavor !!

SK
07/29/2020
Susan K.
Canada Canada
Sifted Red Spring Wheat Flour

I make my own yeast bread and this is now the flour I use for this bread. I love the texture of the flour and I am really happy with texture and taste of my bread. I use a combination of this flour for my bread, along with the Whole Grain Red Spring Wheat Flour. I will not go back to standard store bought flour for my bread making. The taste and texture of the bread is superb.

BF
07/28/2020
Barbara F.
Canada Canada
Great product

Great flour. Just used it for baking cookies today.

MB
07/20/2020
Margaret B.
Canada Canada
Red spring flour

This flour is great to use! So silky and light!

MG
07/13/2020
Mark G.
Canada Canada
Just starting to bake breads

I'm still experimenting with different baguette you tube video's. So far I'm disappointed with my crumb especially? I'm not getting the open airy interior I'm hoping to achieve. I don't believe this is caused by the flour, probably more by my technique or lack there of? I'll keep trying!