Organic White Unbleached Khorasan Flour
Our organic white unbleached khorasan flour is made by ''La Milanaise'' in Quebec from organic khorasan wheat. Its gluten, which is different from wheat’s gluten, makes it great for baking.
What makes organic khorasan flour so special? Its light orange color and its butter and hazelnut taste, almost sweet, but without bitterness. Khorasan wheat contains 20-40% more protein than conventional wheat. It also contains fiber, iron, zinc, vitamins B2, B3 and E, phosphorus and magnesium.
This organic flour can be used to make: baguettes, breads, cakes, cookies, muffins, pancakes, pasta and pie crusts.
Did you know?
- Khorasan wheat is often called Kamut. Kamut is simply the most commercially popular brand of Khorasan wheat across the world. The brand became so popular that most people know Khorasan wheat as just Kamut.
What is the difference between beached and unbleached flour?
- When flour is first milled, it has a yellowish cast that some consumers find unappealing. Within a few months of milling, however, these carotenoids, or pigments, in flour naturally whiten. Because it is expensive to naturally ''age'' flour, some producers expedite the process chemically.
- In ''bleached'' flours, benzoyl peroxide is most commonly used to fade the yellow color. Organic standards are very strict for bleached flours to only use minimal bleaching agents and the safest.
- Cost is the only reason that pushes most commercial bakers to prefer bleached flours.
- Here most of our organic flours are unbleached. All our unbleached flours are clearly marked in the description.
Locally grown in Canada, buying our organic white unbleached khorasan flour encourages local farmers and reduces pollution from long-distance transportation.
- Nothing beats vacuum sealing for freshness.
- Store below 15°C and < 65% humidity.
- Store in the dark as light degrades flavors.
- Mason jars make great storage containers.
- Can be frozen to prolong shelf life.