Warthog Wheat

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  • Class: Hard Red Winter Wheat
  • Available types: berries, whole wheat, '00'
  • Grown by: Kameron Koepp, New Braunfels, TX
  • Flavor profile: our crop exhibits a remarkable amalgamation of the amplified wheat flavor of Red Fife combined with the spice notes and sweetness of Rouge de Bordeaux
  • Good for: Artisan hearth breads, cookies, cakes, pan loaves
  • Protein: 13.49%
  • Falling number: 498
In January 2010, Greenmarket and NOFA-NY’s Organic Wheat Project hosted an event at the French Culinary Institute, which brought together grain producers, processors, bakers, and chefs. Of all the wheat varieties showcased at this event, one proved a standout in terms of flavor: Warthog.

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    Delicious!

    My whole wheat Weihnachten Stollen loaves were delicious with this whole wheat flour! Plus, it makes for a fun story to tell everyone the name of this flour.

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    S.S.
    Fantastic flavor

    Warthog Wheat has a great flavor and taste profile and is a great all around bread flour. When used as 100% of the flour in a bread it needs extra rise time but the aroma and flavor are amazing. This makes a great rustic bread when 100%, it makes a great easy to make loaf bread when 50%. Love this wheat!

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    M.S.
    Wonderful Wheat

    The warthog wheat berries are some of the best I’ve milled at home! Such a lovely aroma and great flavor in my breads! Warthog wheat is a perfect for those who also love Rouge de Bordeaux! Very similar but also unique in its baking qualities. Your breads will thank you for this addition. Just try it and see!

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    S.F.
    Glad for the opportunity to be able to buy different wheat varieties, but...

    the grains were not processed cleanly as there was a lot of husk in the mix

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    M.B.
    Delicious!

    This is some truly delicious wheat. The description of it being an amalgamation of Rouge de Bordeaux and Red Fife is spot on, in a good way.