Bacheldre Watermill Organic Stoneground Strong Malted Blend Flour 16 kg : As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still I get a good rise in the loaf

Bacheldre Watermill Organic Stoneground Strong Malted Blend Flour 16 kg : As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still I get a good rise in the loaf

I’m making all my own bread these days with bacheldre flours. This one has a lovely flavour and combines well with the strong white flour to make a loaf that’s great for sandwiches and toast.

I used to buy this flour direct from the mill itself, but they told me to get it through amazon. On the subscribe and save system it is even better value. I have been making my own bread by hand for about 40 years and this is the best tasting flour i have ever used so i will continue to buy it this way.

I was looking for good flour for my homemade bread and had been disappointed. I was unsure about the size of the bag but i am realy pleased, this flour has given me the bread i was looking for. Here are the specifications for the Bacheldre Watermill Organic Stoneground Strong Malted Blend Flour 16 kg:

  • Stoneground wheat and blended with the finest malted wheat sourced in the UK
  • Full flavoured and satisfying
  • Strong for bread making
  • No additives
  • Enough to make 32 x 500 g loaves

I was looking for good flour for my homemade bread and had been disappointed. I was unsure about the size of the bag but i am realy pleased, this flour has given me the bread i was looking for.

I bake bread every other day and have been using successfully hovis granary. I saw this flour, read the reviews and decided to buy it. I bought in bulk (16kg) and after i had weighed out the flour into 500 gms bags, i like one other lady, was so disappointed at the small amount of malted flakes added to the flour. I have decided to buy some malted flakes and add them to the flour along with some other grains to bring it up to the standard of hovis granary. The flour is good and makes a nice loaf and i like the taste, but can’t really describe it as granary flour. I shall stick to hovis in future.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still I get a good rise in the loaf

The ratio of malted flakes makes a pleasant daily bread. It allows me to add mixed seeds for an extra special loaf.

I used to buy this flour direct from the mill itself, but they told me to get it through amazon. On the subscribe and save system it is even better value. I have been making my own bread by hand for about 40 years and this is the best tasting flour i have ever used so i will continue to buy it this way.

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    As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still i get a good rise in the loaf. I have used this flour to make hundreds of loaves for daily use. I have developed a simple machine recipe that works very well for me. As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still i get a good rise in the loaf, i can’t understand the problem with rising mentioned by another reviewer. I usually add about 20 gm of mixed seed, but this is just personal taste. I use the flour on its own, it is quite light enough without adding white. Recipe: 500 gm flour, 330 gm water,1 tbs olive oil,1 tsp toasted sesame oil, 2 tsp sea salt, 1 tbs molasses sugar. 1/4 tsp quick yeasti usually put all the ingredients except for the yeast and flour in the bottom of container. The flour is poured on top and the yeast on top of that. His allows me to use a long delay setting which helps the texture of the bread by soaking the flour.
    1. As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still i get a good rise in the loaf. I have used this flour to make hundreds of loaves for daily use. I have developed a simple machine recipe that works very well for me. As it uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast but still i get a good rise in the loaf, i can’t understand the problem with rising mentioned by another reviewer. I usually add about 20 gm of mixed seed, but this is just personal taste. I use the flour on its own, it is quite light enough without adding white. Recipe: 500 gm flour, 330 gm water,1 tbs olive oil,1 tsp toasted sesame oil, 2 tsp sea salt, 1 tbs molasses sugar. 1/4 tsp quick yeasti usually put all the ingredients except for the yeast and flour in the bottom of container. The flour is poured on top and the yeast on top of that. His allows me to use a long delay setting which helps the texture of the bread by soaking the flour.

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