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Buckwheat Flour - Organic - 50#
Maine Grains Organic Buckwheat Flour Stone-ground, whole meal Japanese buckwheat flour has a distinctively nutty wholesome flavor. Great for pancakes and quick breads. Naturally without gluten. Milled in the same facility as wheat. Variety: Japanese (black hull) Grown in Benedicta, ME. ---UPC:85804300333
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Maine Grains - NA - UPC: 858043003645
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Cracked Oats - Maine Grown - Kosher - 40#
MAINE GRAINS ---Rolled Oats & Cracked Oats--- Oats are a crop ideally suited to cool moist climates. Oats are a beneficial addition to the farm ecosystem and a healthful addition to the human diet. Different from steam treated rolled oats where the enzymes and fats have been denatured with steam heat for extending shelf life, our oats are dry rolled, preserving a sweet and creamy texture. Our oats are intended to be eaten fresh. Cracked oats resemble and cook just like a steel cut oat. A ratio of two parts water to one part oats is recommended for cooking. Soak overnight for softer oatmeal. Rolled oats make porridge in 15 minutes, cracked oats simmer for 25-30 minutes. Best if stored in an air tight container in the refrigerator or freezer. - Grown in Aroostook County, ME - Variety “AC Aylmer” and “Goliath” hulled oats ---Please note: when available, Maine Grains will purchase certified organic oats from Maine farmers and make them available at no extra cost. This is in an effort to encourage increased supply where supply is currently limited. Packaging in that case will be appropriately marked as certified organic.---UPC:85804300323
36259
Farro - Pearled (Organic) 2.4#
Maine Grains - Farro is the Italian name for ‘hulled’ wheat. The ancient strains of hulled wheat include spelt, emmer, and einkorn. These grains have a husky “hull” that must be removed to get the edible kernel on the inside. Farro “perlato”, refers to pearled wheat, whereby the tough bran coat has been polished to let water in during cooking and create a tender bite. Maine Grains pearled farro is made from spelt and still has some of its bran intact, giving the grain a roasted, nutty flavor while providing high fiber, protein and vital nutrients. Use like you would rice in pilaf, soups, and grain salads. Farro does contain gluten and is not suitable for those with celiac disease. UPC: 854396007170
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Maine Grains - Pearled Farro (Organic) UPC: 854396007125
19940
Flour Organic Japanese Buckwheat Flour -   2.4#
Maine Grains - Distinctively nutty and naturally without gluten (but milled in the same facility as wheat). Grown in Maine.
37681
Flour -Organic Rye Flour -   2.4#
Maine Grains - Winter hardy rye grown in Maine. Low in gluten, rich in fiber and nutrition. Stone ground in fine and coarse grinds.
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Maine Grains - Hard red wheat. 11-13% protein. Lightly sifted to produce a lighter textured flour consisting of 86% of the kernel.
37683
Flour Organic Whole Spelt Flour and Berries -   2.4#
Maine Grains - Grown in Maine. One of the ancient hulled wheats, spelt is a principal grain used in Germany and Switzerland. Nutrient dense with a sweet aroma. 11% protein. Varieties are Oberkulmer and Sungold.
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Maine Grains - 11-13% protein.
37682
 
Maine Grains - Organic Spelt Flour made from Maine-grown organic spelt. Cool-milled on slow-turning granite millstones. - UPC: 858043003683
40531
 
Maine Grains - Certified Organic Pastry Flour made from soft white winter wheat. Cool-milled on slow-turning granite millstones. Good for pie crusts, croissants, pastries. Finely milled. - UPC: 858043003447
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Maine Grains - Certified Organic Whole Rye Flour made from winter rye. Cool-milled on slow-turning granite millstones. Finely milled. Coarse milled available on special order. This product is certified organic and non-GMO. Origin: Maine grown and milled. Variety: Danko, AC Hazlet and Common winter rye UPC: 858043003782
40533
Polenta (Organic) 2.4#
Maine Grains - A rustic coarse ground organic yellow flint corn, this polenta makes a creamy porridge, wonderful served with sautéed vegetables, sauce or ragu- or for breakfast. Just put an egg on it! To speed up the process, try soaking the polenta overnight in milk, cook, and enjoy the following morning! UPC: 858043003805
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Maine Grains - A rustic coarse ground organic yellow flint corn, this polenta makes a creamy porridge, wonderful served with sautéed vegetables, sauce or ragu- or for breakfast. Just put an egg on it! To speed up the process, try soaking the polenta overnight in milk, cook, and enjoy the following morning! UPC: 858043003638
19942
 
Oats Oats are a crop ideally suited to cool moist climates and Maine potato farmers have been growing oats for years. Oats are a beneficial addition to the farm ecosystem and a healthful addition to the human diet. Our oats are sweet and hearty. A ratio of two parts water to one part oats is recommended for cooking. Soak overnight for softer oatmeal. Rolled oats make porridge in 15 minutes; cracked oats simmer for 25-30 minutes. Our oats have a high protein content and natural nutritious oils. As such, we recommend a six-month storage life for all Maine Grains oats. Shelf life can be prolonged by keeping the oats in a dark, dry, cool location or by storing in an air-tight container in the freezer. If toasting the oats, we recommend toasting over low temperatures (avoid high heat) until lightly browned to preserve sweetness and flavor. Maine Grains oats are processed in the same facility as wheat and are therefore not labeled as ‘gluten free’. Oats are naturally free of gluten however. Laboratory testing has revealed our oats to contain less than 5 parts per million of gluten (the FDA allowable limit for ‘gluten free’ labeling is 20 parts per million).Different from steam treated rolled oats where enzymes and fats have been arrested with steam heat to extend shelf life, our oats are dry rolled, preserving all of the nutrition inherent in the grain and intended to be eaten fresh. Maine Grains’ cracked oats resemble and cook just like a steel cut oat. ---UPC:85804300310
36139
 
Oats Oats are a crop ideally suited to cool moist climates and Maine potato farmers have been growing oats for years. Oats are a beneficial addition to the farm ecosystem and a healthful addition to the human diet. Our oats are sweet and hearty. A ratio of two parts water to one part oats is recommended for cooking. Soak overnight for softer oatmeal. Rolled oats make porridge in 15 minutes; cracked oats simmer for 25-30 minutes. Our oats have a high protein content and natural nutritious oils. As such, we recommend a six-month storage life for all Maine Grains oats. Shelf life can be prolonged by keeping the oats in a dark, dry, cool location or by storing in an air-tight container in the freezer. If toasting the oats, we recommend toasting over low temperatures (avoid high heat) until lightly browned to preserve sweetness and flavor. Maine Grains oats are processed in the same facility as wheat and are therefore not labeled as ‘gluten free’. Oats are naturally free of gluten however. Laboratory testing has revealed our oats to contain less than 5 parts per million of gluten (the FDA allowable limit for ‘gluten free’ labeling is 20 parts per million).Different from steam treated rolled oats where enzymes and fats have been arrested with steam heat to extend shelf life, our oats are dry rolled, preserving all of the nutrition inherent in the grain and intended to be eaten fresh. Maine Grains’ cracked oats resemble and cook just like a steel cut oat. ---UPC:85804300311
36140
Rolled Oats Organic Rolled Oats -   1.75#
Maine Grains - Sweet, raw rolled oats grown in Aroostock County, Maine. Best if stored in an air tight container in the freezer or use right away. Keep cool and dry.
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MAINE GRAINS --- Organic Rye Berries * Flakes * Coarse Meal * Flour --- Rye is a winter-hardy cereal grain and an excellent rotation crop on organic farms. At Maine Grains, we are in love with aromatic rye breads like pumpernickel, vollkornbrot and crisp breads which are staple foods of Northern and Eastern Europe. Rye is low in gluten and rich in fiber and nutrition. To cook rye berries: combine 1/2 cup of rinsed rye berries, with 1/4 tsp. Maine sea salt, and 1 ¾ cups water. Boil, reduce heat, and simmer until tender, about an hour. Drain and enjoy immediately. - Grown in Benedicta, ME - Protein 11.5% - Falling number 168 (best if over 120 which indicates little to no sprout damage and yields superior baking performance) ---UPC:85804300355
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MAINE GRAINS - Sifted Wheat Flour --- A nutritious flour with excellent baking qualities. Made by grinding wheat at a cool temperature on our slow-turning traditional mill stones, the flour is then sifted to remove the largest pieces of bran. Sifted wheat flour will produce baked goods that are lighter than whole wheat and more nutritious than conventional white flour. - Variety: “Magog”, hard red spring wheat - Protein: 11.62% - Falling number: 329 (which indicates very little sprout damage and yields superior baking performance) - Grown in Aroostook County, ME ---UPC:85804300308
36257
 
Maine Grains Maine Grains of Skowhegan, Maine, processes heritage, all-natural and certified organic whole grain and sifted flours, oats, wheat berries, rye, cornmeal, buckwheat and farro. Grains are predominantly sourced from Maine farmers. Stone Ground Whole Wheat Flour & Wheat Berries Made by grinding hard red spring wheat at cool temperatures on our slow-turning traditional millstones. Healthful and full of flavor and texture, this whole-wheat flour retains all of the nutrition inherent in the grain. Nothing added, nothing taken away. - Variety: “Magog”, hard red spring wheat - Protein: 11.62% - Falling number: 329 (which indicates very little sprout damage and yields superior baking performance) -Ash Content for Whole Wheat on 14% moisture basis: - 1.53%; Farinograph results available upon request - Grown in Aroostook County, ME---UPC: 85804300324
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MAINE GRAINS --- Maine Grains of Skowhegan, Maine, processes heritage, all-natural and certified organic whole grain and sifted flours, oats, wheat berries, rye, cornmeal, buckwheat and farro. Grains are predominantly sourced from Maine farmers.--- Stone Ground--- Whole Wheat Flour & Wheat Berries --- Made by grinding hard red spring wheat at cool temperatures on our slow-turning traditional millstones. Healthful and full of flavor and texture, this whole-wheat flour retains all of the nutrition inherent in the grain. Nothing added, nothing taken away. - Variety: “Magog”, hard red spring wheat - Protein: 11.62% - Falling number: 329 (which indicates very little sprout damage and yields superior baking performance) -Ash Content for Whole Wheat on 14% moisture basis: - 1.53%; Farinograph results available upon request - Grown in Aroostook County, ME ---UPC:85804300303
36256


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