Stardust Wheat Berries (certified organic)

Introducing Stardust! Our new favorite variety for sandwich bread, you will love the versatility of this Hard White Winter Wheat. 
  • Class: Hard White Winter Wheat
  • Grown in: Alva, OK by Farmer Bob Baker
  • This is a Modern grain.  Learn more.
  • Available types: Whole Berry, Whole Wheat Flour, ‘00’ Flour  What is ’00’?
  • Protein: 13.5%
  • Flavor profile: Slightly malty, mild wheat flavor. 
  • We love it in: Breads (artisan and enriched) pastries, pizza, rolls 
Our whole wheat and rye berries and corn kernels are natural agricultural products. We rigorously clean and inspect every product, but removing all foreign material is impossible. Please inspect your grain prior to cooking or milling. 

          Customer Reviews

          Based on 10 reviews
          Wonderful grain!

          I’m a newbie to grinding my grains. Stardust has been easy to work with and makes a mild flavor delicious bread

          RP Navarro
          Stardust is a sourdough winner!

          My first bake with Stardust wheat berries (50%, with 50% bread flour 80% extraction, 70% hydration, with 20% Rouge sourdough levain with cold overnight fermentation). Great spring, aroma, crumb, and taste. Very pleased with Stardust performance, and cannot wait for next bake.

          Angela Svoboda
          Perfect loaf of bread

          My very first time making bread from wheat berries that I milled into flour myself! Used my neighbor’s organic honey and, voila, a perfect loaf. The wheat berries made beautiful flour, the loaf rose beautifully and was delicious!

          Ian Sandman
          Stardust Wheat Berries are amazing

          My new favorite. It has a mold but flavorful clean taste and I’ve made some of my favorite sourdoughs with them!


          I made sourdough waffles using the Stardust for 1/2 the flour. I don’t want to use it all up !!! The waffles were perfect and delicious and the fragrance of the fresh ground grains is amazing and sweet. I posted a review on line so this is a second one. Can’t have too many good words.