Real Foods Organic Strong Wholemeal Bread Flour

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100gr
£0.37 37p / 100g
250gr
£0.64 26p / 100g
500gr
£1.12 22p / 100g
1kg
£2.07 21p / 100g
3kg
£5.70 19p / 100g
6kg
£11.12 19p / 100g

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16Kg
£21.04
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2 x 16Kg
£19.99 / 16Kg
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4 x 16Kg
£18.94 / 16Kg
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Ingredients

Organic Strong Wholemeal Bread Flour ingredients:

Wholemeal Flour Strong Stoneground.

About Organic Strong Wholemeal Bread Flour

100% stoneground, delivering the natural goodness of all the wheat grain. Strong Wholemeal Flour (wheat) for baking, particularly bread. Traditionally milled on stones to give the flour a 'nutty' flavour.

Colour: Wholemeal

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Customer reviews

I learnt to love bara brith while at university in Wales and the recipe on this site using this wholemeal flour produces something that tastes pretty similar to the genuine stuff I used to get back then.

By Carrie Wright on 07/05/2014

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