Danko Rye Flour

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Danko Rye(orDankowskie Nowe in Polish) was developed in 1976 by the Polish Plant Breeding Institute, Poznan, Poland. Our crop exhibits bold aromas of cocoa and baking spice, resulting in complex, earthy breads. This rye also pairs well with anything chocolate!

This is a strong rye. If you are looking for a mild rye, try Wrens Abruzzi Rye (heritage) or Ryman Rye.
  • Grown in:Lamesa, TX by Aaron Vogler 
  • Available types: Whole Berry, Whole Grain Flour  Learn more.
  • Protein:  Protein % is not indicative of rye’s baking performance, therefore we do not test for it.  Learn more.
  • Flavor profile: bold aromas of cocoa and baking spice
  • We love it added to: Breads, Brownies, Cookies, Pancakes, Pasta, Pastries, Pie Crust, Rolls, Sourdough Starter (makes your starter more active)
Remember! If you find the outcome a bit dry, don't be afraid to increase the liquid in your recipe. Our flours are thirsty!

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 149 reviews
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    Margaret Giovo

    Wonderful people to deal with.
    Prices beyond reasonable.
    Will return as a customer again and again.
    Keep up the fantastic work!
    Product is super!

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    AARON ARROYO
    Makes an Excellent Sourdough Rye

    I make a sourdough rye bread with this flour for my family. Half rye and half regular bread flour and it comes out excellent.

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    Jane In Florida
    Love it.

    I use it mainly to feed Tallulah, one of my sourdough starters. The rye keeps her very happy and active. I also add some to our favorite sourdough cracker recipe. That bit of rye flavor is a lovely enhancement.

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    Asya Usvitsky
    Excellent rye flour for sourdough

    I made 100% sourdough rye bread with Danko rye flour. The bread has a delicious deep flavor and a good rise.

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    Mary R Skiles
    Barton Springs Mill makes me (almost) want to move home to Texas

    After reading an article in Gastro Obscura, I discovered BSM purchasing a recommended flour and 2 more. My current favorite is the Danko Rye Flour which reminds me of my Polish (living in Pennsylvania) grandmother whose baked goods always came off a bakery delivery truck. When I opened the bag of flour, I thought of both her and my Texas grandfather who for a treat would bring us sorghum syrup. That's what the flour smells like - sorghum and molasses. Heaven. It makes a great feeder for my sourdough starter and so far has made a fabulous loaf of bread riffing on a recipe from Bien Cuit. Thank you BSM for making some lovely eating. And a thank you to the farmers who have given me new memories to go with those of my childhood.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 149 reviews
    99%
    (147)
    1%
    (2)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
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    M
    Margaret Giovo

    Wonderful people to deal with.
    Prices beyond reasonable.
    Will return as a customer again and again.
    Keep up the fantastic work!
    Product is super!

    A
    AARON ARROYO
    Makes an Excellent Sourdough Rye

    I make a sourdough rye bread with this flour for my family. Half rye and half regular bread flour and it comes out excellent.

    J
    Jane In Florida
    Love it.

    I use it mainly to feed Tallulah, one of my sourdough starters. The rye keeps her very happy and active. I also add some to our favorite sourdough cracker recipe. That bit of rye flavor is a lovely enhancement.

    A
    Asya Usvitsky
    Excellent rye flour for sourdough

    I made 100% sourdough rye bread with Danko rye flour. The bread has a delicious deep flavor and a good rise.

    M
    Mary R Skiles
    Barton Springs Mill makes me (almost) want to move home to Texas

    After reading an article in Gastro Obscura, I discovered BSM purchasing a recommended flour and 2 more. My current favorite is the Danko Rye Flour which reminds me of my Polish (living in Pennsylvania) grandmother whose baked goods always came off a bakery delivery truck. When I opened the bag of flour, I thought of both her and my Texas grandfather who for a treat would bring us sorghum syrup. That's what the flour smells like - sorghum and molasses. Heaven. It makes a great feeder for my sourdough starter and so far has made a fabulous loaf of bread riffing on a recipe from Bien Cuit. Thank you BSM for making some lovely eating. And a thank you to the farmers who have given me new memories to go with those of my childhood.