Mancan Buckwheat

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  • Grown by: Samuel and Charles Stodden, Trilla, IL.
    Mancan is a mid-season buckwheat that was developed at the Agriculture Canada Research Station, Morden, Manitoba in 1973. It has a seed size 26% larger than the standard Tokyo variety.

    We mill the whole buckwheat with the hull on, and then sift to remove approximately 85% of the crushed hull material. What remains is a lightly speckled flour that retains the flavor and complexity of the hull without any gritty texture. 

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    S.A.
    Great taste

    This buckwheat like all other Barton Springs Mill products is top shelf. So far i have only made pancakes with this flour but i know what ever else i make it will be delicious. You may think you don't care for buckwheat but this is like no other buckwheat . It's like something different than you buy at the regular grocery store ; )

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    Never to old to learn

    My 1st use of the buckwheat flour was not my best cooking experience. Not because of the flour. Rather my lack of understanding how buckwheat gels with other ingredients. I am not deterred. Tomorrow is always the next new day.

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    delicious

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    P.W.
    Buckwheat Pancakes

    Excellent pancakes! Quick to make, quite satisfying.

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    B.M.S.O.
    In the Refer

    I haven’t used this flour yet…in storage [temporarily]. I will make a batch of buckwheat waffles with thick-cut oats added on top while cooking, eat a couple of squares and freeze the balance for another day [not to far off]. Also going to make some noodles…Can’t wait to taste the rich taste of this grain.

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    This is my new favorite shirt. They are very soft and comfortable, although they are a tad bit long for my taste. Not a big deal by any means - I've had it two weeks and already worn it 3 or 4 times.

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    Dianne Vita
    Delicious.

    I bought the Yecora Red to make some artisan sourdough & it came out so delicious. It has a wonderful nuttiness with great complex flavors. Just love it. Can’t wait to try some of the “00” sifts.

    Just what I wanted!

    After having blue cornbread on a trip to Colorado, I looked everywhere for the cornmeal to make it after returning home to Boston. Luckily I found it through Barton Springs Mill, and it arrived a few days after ordering. I've already used it several times for several different recipes. It's awesome, and exactly the flavor and quality I was looking for. Highly recommend!!

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    Larissa Prusak
    What a taste

    I baked already two sourdough loafs with the flour and the taste and smell is amazing.

    Helped with colic from breast milk!

    I have three kids and breast fed all of them and I always had to watch my wheat intake otherwise my babies were gassy. I thought for whatever reason it was the gluten but then I learned that it’s actually how the wheat is made and what pesticides were used that upsets the babies and the mamas through the breast milk. So this third time around I have been searching for an organic wheat flour that wouldn’t upset my 6 month old’s tummy through the breast milk and I say success! I have baked muffins and cakes with this flour and have no complaints! If you want a fluffy result I’d recommend sifting as I would with any flour. Very happy and will buy again