Organic White Unbleached Wheat Flour for Croissant

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Category: Flour

Expected Shelf Life: 18 Months

Country of Origin: Canada

Characteristics & Certifications:

Kosher Organic Quebec Vegan


Our organic white unbleached wheat flour for croissant is made by ''La Milanaise'' in Quebec from organic fall wheat. It was developed to create a type of flour that tolerates deep-freezing and successive lamination well and allows fast recovery of the dough. It also offers a good final volume and smooths quickly.

This organic flour can be used to make: croissants and pie crusts.

 

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 prohibit the use of chemicals so none of our organic flours are bleached.
  • Cost is the only reason that pushes most commercial bakers to prefer bleached flours.

 

What is the difference between white unbleached and sifted unbleached flour?

  • Before the grains are milled into flour, white unbleached flour has the bran and germ removed.
  • Unbleached sifted white flour is milled whole just like whole brown flour. After milling it goes through a sifter that sifts out some of the bran. The result is a flour in between white and brown. It is healthier than white unbleached flour but still has a higher gluten content that whole flour making it a perfect balance for most bakery needs.

 

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Locally grown in Canada, buying our organic white croissant flour encourages local farmers and reduces pollution from long-distance transportation.



Storage Tips:

  • 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.

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