Organic Buckwheat Flour

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Maine Grains Organic Buckwheat Flour
4 reviews

Organic Buckwheat Flour

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Buckwheat isn't actually wheat, and it doesn't actually contain gluten, but don't let that fool you. Its fine texture and earthy, smoky flavor make it an unimpeachable addition to any baked dish.

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  • Earth Kosher Certified
  • Certified USDA Organic
  • Vegan

With a history going back to 6000 BCE, buckwheat is more closely related to rhubarb than it is to grain. It works great as a cover crop, growing rapidly to keep out weeds, but we like it best in our breakfasts. The light caramel color of butterscotch before it’s ground, it yields a nutty, vaguely bitter flavor millennia in the making.

Maine Grains is zero-waste, and it's reintroducing traditional farming and milling practices to rejuvenate New England grain farms.

Good news! This packaging is 100% curbside recyclable. The paper bag is also home compostable, just peel off the sticker first.
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How it does good

Going back to basics to transform local farming

Grain is a staple in many diets, so it’s no surprise that modern manufacturing expanded to make production bigger and faster, often at the expense of small farmers and their communities. Maine Grains is out to change all that, putting chemical-free farming and a stone milling process back where they started in the Northeast. They support their community in growing crops sustainably, creating jobs while revitalizing the environment. Their focus on traditional practices allows them to provide local bakeries and breweries with great-tasting products and promote soil revitalization with grains as a natural weed deterrent. Their commitment to conservation began with recycling an old jailhouse as a gristmill and led to their becoming a zero-waste facility.