- — USDA Organic, Kosher, Non-GMO, Raw, Vegan
- — Unbleached and Finely Milled
- — A popular product for baking Sourdough Bread
As the name implies Organic White Rye Flour is white in color, with cream or bluish tint. It’s obtained as a result of grinding the central part of the rye grain after removing the bran from it. As the outer layer containing the surface shell and the germ were removed, the endosperm is finely milled. Food to Live Organic Rye Flour is unbleached, raw, and contains no additives. Note that Organic Stone Ground Rye Flour differs from White Rye Flour, because it is produced from the whole grain, containing cellular shells and brans. Almost all layers of grains are ground into Organic Dark Rye Flour, which is made of large particles.
Organic White Rye Flour Health Benefits
Organic Light Rye Flour contains a large number of amino acids, which are indispensable to humans. So the proteins contained in this flour are a lot healthier than the ones contained in wheat flour. Moreover, it’s filled with many different vitamins, such as group B, which is crucial for our nervous system. It also contains minerals – Calcium – which is important for bone tissue; Potassium – necessary for the normalization of blood pressure and cardiovascular system; Magnesium and Iron – whose task is to maintain a normal cycle for the creation of new blood cells; Phosphorus – necessary for mental activity, and bone and cartilage support; and not to mention Vitamin A – which is essential for vision. Overall, Rye Flour can enrich your family’s diet with protein, fiber, vitamins, and other essential nutrients.
Organic White Rye Flour is the finest and the most delicate of all types of organic rye flour, and it can be compared to the usual finely ground wheat flour. Thus White Rye Flour is a great fit for baking, it’ll always make your bread rise and keep desired shape. Our high-quality Organic rye flour has a pleasant, rye-like smell and sweet taste.
Organic Rye Flour for Bread
With Organic White Rye Flour, you can make various types of bread and baked goodies. Home bakers use organic rye flour for sourdough starter. You may also prepare a variety of pancakes, cupcakes, scones, and biscuits. Start to substitute about 25% of your all-purpose flour with white rye flour in your usual recipes. And one day it may become a staple and a healthier food option. Because its uses are so versatile, we suggest to shop Organic Rye Flour in bulk. Store it in a cool dry place with no humidity, that way the product can stay fresh up to 1.5 years.