naturally leavened sourdough bread

"Local Yokel" 
Sourdough

A Multi-Grain Loaf With Local Grains From The Imperial Valley, California. Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Desert Durum® Flour - 29.5%.  Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour - 29.5%%.  Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 41%, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water And Pink Himalayan Salt.

59% Whole Wheat 

"Whatta-bout Wheat"
Sourdough

Who Knew Whole Wheat Bread Could Taste This Good!  Non-GMO, Chemical Free Grain, Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Montana Hard Red Wheat Flour - 100%.  Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt. 

 

100% Whole Wheat 

"Yes to Yecora"
Sourdough

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour - 100%.  This Is A Local Hard Red Wheat Grown In The Imperial Valley, California. Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt. 

100% Whole Wheat 

"Winter Rye" Sourdough

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Gazelle Rye Flour - 40%. Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 60% Mixed With Organic Orange Rind,  Non-GMO Unsulphured Molasses - 4%, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water Pink Himalayan Salt.

40% Whole Wheat

"The Better Loaf"
Sourdough

It's Better Because Of Whole Grains. 

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour - 30%.  Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 70%, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt.  

 

30% Whole Wheat

"The Empress" Date
Sourdough

Deliciously Naturally Sweet!

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Spelt Flour - 100%, Hand Pitted Empress Dates From Aziz Farms In Thermal, California, California Walnuts,

Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

100% Whole Wheat

Organic
Einkorn Sourdough

Einkorn is an ancient grain. Einkorn is a German word that translates into "one grain", as it is known to have only one seed per stem, instead of four seeds or kernels per stem.   Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Organic Einkorn Flour, Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

50% Whole Einkorn Wheat

"SoCal Sourdough
2.0"

Bread And Flours Takes The "Classic" Sourdough A Step Further, This Loaf Contains 80% Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour, And 20% Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, And Pink Himalayan Salt. 

20% Whole Wheat 

"Haul'in Oats"
Sourdough

Like The Dynamic Rock Duo We Pair Fresh Milled Stone Ground Gazelle Rye Flour - 33% And Fresh Milled Stone Ground Montana Hard Red Wheat Flour - 34% Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 33% Tucked With Oats Inside And Out. Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

 

67% Whole Wheat 

"Raising Arizona"
Sourdough

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Red Fife Fife - 100%.  Red Fife Is A Heritage Grain Grown In Arizona, Mixed And Topped With Sesame Seeds. Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

 

100% Whole Wheat 

"The Sonoran"
Sourdough

Perhaps The Oldest Cultivated Grain In North America, White Sonora. Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole White Sonora Flour - 59%, Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Amaranth Flour - 10%, Organic Hard Red Wheat - 31%, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water,  Pink Himalayan Salt. 

69% Whole Wheat

"Five Grains" with Hemp Hearts Sourdough

The Goodness Of Five Grains! 

Five Grains Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole - Montana Hard Red Wheat - 40%, Blue Beard Durum - 20%, Gazelle Rye Flour - 13%, Yecora Rojo Flour - 13%, White Sonora Flour - 14%, Hulled Hemp Hearts, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt. 

100% Whole Wheat 

"The Sonoran"
Sourdough
Sourdough
Banana Bread 

Elevated Whole Grain Banana Bread!

Fresh Ripened Bananas, Fresh House Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour - 95%, Fresh Hand Grated Organic Ginger, Organic Saigon Cinnamon, Organic Maple Syrup, EVOO From Imperial California Olive Mill, Sesame Seeds, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

95% Whole Wheat

"Seed You Later"
Sourdough

A Multigrain Loaf Supported With The Nutritive Benefits Of Chia Seeds, And Flax Seeds. Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Desert Durum® Flour - 29.5%, Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour 29.5%, Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 41%, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water and Pink Himalayan Salt. 

59% Whole Wheat 

Organic Pima Club Sourdough

100% Fresh Milled Stone Ground Organic Pima Club Flour - 100%. This Is An Ancient Grain From The Pima First Nation People In Arizona. This Is A Soft White Wheat With Organic Sunflower Seeds, Topped With Organic Raw Pumpkin Seeds, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water,

Pink Himalayan Salt.

100% Whole Wheat 

"Breakfast Bread"
Sourdough

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Gazelle Rye Flour -19%, Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Montana Hard Red Wheat Flour - 41%, Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 40%, Organic Coffee, Unsulphured Non-GMO Molasses - 4%, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa - 2%, Mojave Gold Vine Ripened Raisins, Thermal, California, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt.

60% Whole Wheat 

"All-Love"
Sourdough

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour - 30%, Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 70%. Fresh Lemon Zest, California Manzanilla Black Olives, Herbes De Provence, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water  Pink Himalayan Salt.

 

30% Whole Wheat

La Quinta Brewing Co. "Spent Grains" Sourdough

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Sun Dried Spent Grain Flour ( Barley + Two Row Malt ) With Oats! Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Yecora Rojo Flour - 20%, Sun-Dried Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Spent Grains - 20%, Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour - 60%, Oats, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, and Pink Himalayan Salt. 

 

40% Whole Wheat 

Cornbread

Bread And Flours Cornbread!

Fresh Milled Stone Ground Organic Corn, Organic Hard Red Wheat, Oat Milk, Organic Maple Syrup, Vegan Butter, Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Flax Seeds, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Brown Sugar, Baking Soda, Baking Powder, Sesame Seeds, Pink Himalayan Salt

55% Whole Organic Corn 

Organic
"Washington Wheat"
Sourdough

Organic Hard Red Wheat From The Methow Valley Washington State.

Rich, Deep With Brooding Flavors of Wheat. Fresh Milled Stone Ground Organic Methow Valley Wheat, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

100% Whole Wheat

"First Date"
Sourdough

Bread and Flours original and

"First Date" Sourdough Bread.

100% House Milled Stone Ground Spelt Flour. House de-seeded chemical free Brown Bahri dates from Aziz Farms. and California Walnut Halves. Fresh stone ground Spelt Flour, De-seeded Brown Bahri Dates, California Walnut Halves, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

100% Whole Spelt Wheat

Organic"Sonoran"
Sourdough

Organic Sonora from Ramona Farms.

Fresh Milled House Milled Stone Ground Organic Sonoran Flour - 59% Fresh Milled Stone Ground Whole Organic Amaranth Flour - 10%. Organic Hard Red Wheat - 31%. Fresh stone Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

69% Whole Wheat

Organic"Emmer"
Sourdough

Organic Emmer from Bluebird Farms

Fresh Milled House Milled Stone Ground Organic Emmer Flour - 75%. House Spouted Organic Emmer Wheat-berries Organic Hard Red Wheat - 25%. Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, Pink Himalayan Salt

75% Whole Organic Emmer Wheat

Organic "Can Do"
Kamut Sourdough

Organic Kamut® from Bob Quinn's original farm outside of Big Sandy, Montana. Fresh Ground Stone Milled Whole Kamut® Flour, Organic Hard Red Wheat Flour, Sourdough Culture, Filtered Water, And Pink Himalayan Salt

50% Whole Wheat

fresh milled stone ground flours

ORGANIC

AMARANTH FLOUR

Bemidji, Minnesota 

Naturally Gluten Free, this is a pseudo-cereal, the same category of Buckwheat and Quinoa.

Full flavor of nuts, and when ground it smells like the freshest bowl of sweet green peas. 

 

Grain Source - Great River Organic Milling

Bread and Flours - Amaranth

BLUE BEARD DURUM FLOUR

Coolidge, Arizona 

Blue Beard is a Durum that is grown about an hour south of Phoenix in Coolidge, Arizona. A landrace grain that gives off a purple color right before it is harvested. This is a Durum Wheat. Drought tolerant and can grow as tall as five feet.

 

Grain Source: Grain R&D

Bread and Flours - Blue Beard Durum

ORGANIC

WHOLE CORN FLOUR

Arcadia, Wisconsin

Human consumption of corn accounts for 21% across the globe.   Here we have the opportunity to have whole corn flour fresh milled stone ground to make a multitude of dishes.  Polenta, corn grits, cornbread, cornmeal, fresh corn tortillas, etc.

In Latin, Durum, translates to "hard".

 

Organic Corn Source: Great River Organic Milling, specifically Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin 

Bread and Flours - Organic Corn

DESERT DURUM® FLOUR

Imperial Valley, California

The certification mark issued by the U.S. Patent and Trade office for the Desert Durum® variety must be grown under irrigation in the low deserts of Arizona and California and must be comprised of at

least 90% of a lot to be classified with the Desert Durum® label. One reason is that

the low desert allows growers to produce

year after year.  Durum wheat is considered the hardest wheat, making it ideal for milling into semolina to make pasta shapes. Arizona and California Desert Durum® and also has the lowest moisture content at 7% compared to other durum wheat from other parts of

the country. The lower moisture content and large uniform kernels yield higher semolina extraction rates than durums from other regions results in shipping less water. Although Italy is the top importer of Desert Durum®, the wheat is also exported to countries including Spain, Morocco and Nigeria. Desert Durum® is generally available to domestic and export markets as “identity preserved” grain by specific variety. ( Sources: California Wheat Commission and Arizona Farm Bureau, Julie Murphree)

 

Grain Source: Rubin Seed

Bread and Flours - Desert Durum™

ORGANIC

EINKORN FLOUR

Methow Valley, Washington

The most ancient grain that was one of

the first domesticated and cultivated

going back 10,000 years ago hailing from

the country of Turkey, near Gobekli Tepe. Nutrient-dense, Einkorn, is a German

word that translates "one grain", as it is known to have only one seed per stem, instead of four seeds or kernels per stem. 

So the yields are lower, and it can grow on soil that struggles and does not have the perfect conditions.  Also, Einkorn has thirty

percent more protein, and thirty percent

less starch than standard wheat flour. 

Lastly, Einkorn is rich in carotenoids and lutein.   The "Rolls Royce". 

 

Grain Source: Bluebeard Grain Farms

Bread and Flours - Organic Einkorn

ORGANIC

EMMER

Winthrop, Washington

Another name for "Farro" in the Italian language and culture.

Historically once used as the

only grain in Egypt to produce the first matzah. 

This ancient wheat is full of

nutrition and flavor.

This is a soft winter wheat. 

 

Grain Source: Bluebeard Grain Farms

Bread and Flours - Organic Emmer

GAZELLE RYE FLOUR

Valley Verde, Arizona

Developed in Canada in the 1970s that was meant to mature 10 days faster than other ryes that are grown in the area. This was important due to the cold climate in Canada. Sourced two hours north of Phoenix, AZ in the Verde Valley.

 

Grain Source:Grain R&D

Bread and Flours - Gazelle Rye

HARD RED WHEAT FLOUR

Three Forks, Montana

The classic darker flavors from a nutrient

rich hard red wheat.  Rich in depth and flavors.  Chemical free, and Non-GMO.

 

Grain Source: Wheat Montana

Bread and Flours - Hard Red Wheat

ORGANIC

HARD RED WHEAT FLOUR

Methow, Washington

Organic Methow Hard Red Wheat is a delicious spring-sown wheat with a high protein content and a delightfully tangy flavor. 

 

Grain Source - Bluebeard Grain Farms

Bread and Flours - Organic Hard Red Wheat

ORGANIC

KAMUT™ FLOUR

Fort Benton, Montana

Direct from Montana, where Bob Quinn first was gifted the seed at a county fair this Khorasan Wheat in 1964, then called "King Tut Wheat", Bob was 16 years old at the time.  After his studies, Bob planted this grain on one and a half acres all 60lbs of it, for the first time in 1986. He took the grain to a food show in Anaheim, California, to promote Bob's"organic wheat and flour".  The history of this grain originating possibly around Cairo, Eygpt was special as the seed was bigger in size than the wheat he was used too.  Additionally, planting a field without the use of nitrogen was almost unheard of in 1986.  After 3 years without any chemicals on the grain, Bob had his first crop of Organic Kamut.  He then trademarked the name in the understanding that this ancient grain will always remain unmodified and always organically grown.

 

Grain Source - Montana Flour & Grains

Bread and Flours - Organic Kamut®

ORGANIC

OAT FLOUR

Boise, Idaho

Oat Flour is made from all-natural, whole grain oat groats. Oat flour can replace up to 20% of your regular flour in most baking recipes for added nutrition.

Naturally Gluten-Free.
Non-GMO.

 

Oat Source - Happy Day Brands

70% Grown in Idaho / 30% Grown in Canada

Bread and Flours - Organic Oats

ORGANIC

PIMA CLUB FLOUR

Gila River Indian Community

Sacaton, Arizona

An ancient grain (Olas Pilkan)  hailing from the Pima First Nation (The Pima - Akimel O’Odham   This is soft white wheat, that is awnless ( no long wheat hairs connected to the seed casing ) that is a short squat wheat, with a short head, differing from other grain varieties these short heads are called “club” grains or wheat, hence Pima Club.  It was thought that this grain was extinct and had disappeared completely until it was accidentally rediscovered in the 1960s.

Pesticide Free, Herbicide Free

Ramona Farms stands behind their organic designation. It has not been certified under the USDA, therefore does not carry the USDA Organic symbol.

 

Grain Source - Ramona Farms

Bread and Flours - Organic Pima Club

ORGANIC

RYE FLOUR

Arcadia, Wisconsin

Organic Rye Berries.

 

Grain Source - Great River Milling, specifically from North Dakota and South Dakota.

Bread and Flours - Organic Rye

RED FIFE FLOUR

Coolidge, Arizona 

Red Fife that is grown in Coolidge, Arizona.  This farmer has had a relationship with Grain R & D for close to 30 years.  This farmer is able to achieve a high protein content for this variety.  This is grain hails from Europe, then brought to Canada in the 1800's and was renamed.  It was susceptible to wet weather, and grows very well in a dry climate. 

Grain Source - R&D Grain

Bread and Flours - Red Fife

WHITE SONORA

Queen Creek, Arizona

Perhaps one of the oldest grains, and grown from our neighbors in Arizona. Here you have a history that is directly linked to Spanish Missionaries bringing the grain around 1650 AD in Mexico.  The Eudave’s were the first “people” of the Opatan community to meet others from Spain.  The Eudave’s were also the group given the seed by missionaries to plant and propagate in Tuape, Sonora about 110 miles south of Nogales. They also refer to themselves in short as “Deve”.  Both names carry the meaning of “people” in their language.  From those early beginnings, the grain was carried into Arizona around 1690 AD. This grain was used as “communion” bread by the missionaries as its color is white, and the flavors they say have a “sweet, earthy and nutty flavor”.

Grain Source - R&D Grain

Bread and Flours - White Sonora

ORGANIC

WHITE SONORA

Gila Rive Community

Sacaton, Arizona

The Akimel O’Odham ( the Pima First Nation from the Gila River Indian Community)  have been growing this

Organic White Sonora Grain for centuries.  (S-moik Pilkan)  This Organic White

Sonora is drought tolerant and disease resistant naturally in the Arizona climate

and has a preference for low fertility alkaline soils.  Low gluten with positive protein content, and sweeter notes in its flavor profile.  This hails from Ramona Farms, the Gila River Indian community planted these seeds from Father Kino in the 1700s. 

Ramona Farms stands behind their organic designation. It has not been certified under the USDA, therefore does not carry the USDA Organic symbol.

Grain Source - Ramona Farms

Bread and Flours - Organic White Sonora

SPELT

Hudson, Michigan

A Non GMO Spelt, this is an ancient grain.

The gluten in spelt has a different molecular structure than the gluten in modern wheat.

It is more fragile and more water soluble, which makes it easier to digest. Spelt is also higher in fiber than wheat, and the extra

fiber aids in the digestion of the gluten.

Grain Source - Nature's Legacy

Bread and Flours - Spelt

ORGANIC

SPELT

Arcadia, Wisconsin

Organic Spelt is an ancient grain that has a long history of cultivation throughout world and throughout history. The gluten in spelt has a different molecular structure than the gluten in modern wheat. It is more fragile

and more water soluble, which makes it

easier to digest. Spelt is also higher in fiber than wheat, and the extra fiber aids in the digestion of the gluten.

Grain Source - Great River Milling - Michigan and Ontario, Canada

Bread and Flours - Organic Spelt

YECORA ROJO

Imperial Valley, California

This is a hard red spring wheat that is light red in color. It was developed by the
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) in cooperation with the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture (INIA) in 1974.  At Bread and Flours, we enjoy working with this grain as it supports the local economy and local farmers.

Grain Source - Rubin Seed

Bread and Flours - Yecora Rojo