Mediterranean Flour (certified organic)

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A Barton Springs Mill Exclusive.
This Colonial Era wheat hasn’t been tasted in over 50 years and we’ve worked hard to revive it for you!

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Brought from the seaside town of Genoa, Italy in 1819, Mediterranean was the most grown wheat in Texas in 1919. Then, it was forgotten.




Mediterrranean is a flavorful soft red wheat that is the perfect way to bring history to your table in the form of tortillas, soft cookies, flatbreads and more.
  • Class:Soft Red Winter Wheat
  • Grown in: Alva, OK by Bob Baker, 4 Generations Organic
  • This is a Heritage grain.  Learn more.

 

  • Available types: Whole Wheat Flour,‘00’ Flour  What is’00’?
  • Protein:  12.4% (Protein % is not indicative of soft wheat's baking performance) Learn more.
  • Flavor profile: Honeyed
  • We love it in: Cakes, Cookies, Flatbreads, Muffins, Pastries, Pancakes, Pie Crust, Quick Breads, Tortillas
Remember! You don't need a special recipe. You can use stone-milled flours in any recipe. 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

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Chloe

This is my absolute favorite baking flour!

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Bill

Made a very nice sandwich loaf with ice soft crumb.

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Carolina M.
Delicious flavor

From sweet breads to pancakes and waffles adding this flour to your standard recipes will make your baked goods and breakfast delicious.
I usually start by substituting a third of the flour called for in the recipe, and work my way up until it feels just right for my family. Little kids don’t like big changes in their favorite treats, but with this method they only notice the better taste.

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Trent Pettit
Awesome Pasta

I used this flour to make whole wheat pasta. The flavor was delicious and the wheat itself quite light. I had no need to cut the whole wheat with all purpose.

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Marcella
Love it!

Used this for banana bread and carrot cookies and pancakes! I love how the whole wheat version of this flour makes a delicate and earthy crumb!