Stoate's Organic Plain Flour for Cake Baking

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The ideal cake-baking flour from the award-winning Stoates mill based in Dorset. Milled at Cann Mills in Dorset, this plain flour is excellent for cakes, pancakes, muffins and all other recipes where lower protein levels are needed.

Stoate's stoneground organic plain white flour (protein about 10%), due to the nature of its production is not as 'white' as mass-produced rollerground flour that you will find in the supermarkets.

The heat generated during the slow and gentle milling process is just sufficient to distribute the wheat germ oil evenly, while retaining the natural vitamins and minerals in the finished flour.

The flavour of baked goods are greatly enhanced by this traditional method of production. Produced by fifth generation Stoate's family millers based in Dorset, the award-winning bread flour is stoneground from a blend of high protein sieved to remove almost all the bran, yielding an exceptional creamy white flour with excellent flavour and baking properties.

For allergens see ingredients in bold.

Ingredients: organic wheat flour.

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