TIP: King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour

THIS 100% WHOLE GRAIN FLOUR GROUND FROM “HARD WHITE SPRING WHEAT” IS MY NEW LOVE IN BAKING!!

I would like to recommend King Arthur’s “White Whole Wheat Flour” as a replacement for the majority of your all-purpose flour needs. I have been able to completely eliminate white flour from my kitchen and am thrilled. Regular whole wheat flour is too heavy for some recipes, so I am very happy to have this wonderful addition to my pantry.

Unbleached White Whole Wheat Flour is milled from hard white spring wheat rather than the traditional red wheat of regular Whole Wheat Flour. With its lighter color, milder flavor and finer texture, it is a great substitute for all-purpose flour. It gives you all of the nutrition and fiber of whole grains, in a lighter, milder-tasting flour.

All the goodness of grains in a lighter, milder-tasting flour. Our unbleached white whole wheat flour is milled from hard white spring wheat – a lighter-colored grain than traditional red wheat – which yields milder-tasting baked goods. Substituting this flour for up to a third of the white flour in your favorite recipes gives you all of the nutrition and fiber of whole grains without compromising flavor. Bakers know that ingredients matter So we’re proud that our white whole wheat flour is made from identity-preserved wheat. What Is Identity-Preserved Wheat? It’s wheat you can feel good about: grown from certified seeds, using sustainable farming practices, and traceable from field to flour. Learn more about our Field to Flour program.

Visit King Arthur White Whole Wheat Flour to learn more.

Author: Dianna

Dianna Donnely is the Author of “Heart Seasons: The Rainbow Revelation” Who is Passionate About a Healthy Happy Lifestyle and Easy Real Food Recipes! Real Food Meals Recipe Books Coming in the Future!

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