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Where can I find white rye flour in toronto?

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wciu Jun 2, 2008 07:00 PM

I was hoping to try and make marble rye at home and have been looking for white rye flour. Dark rye seems to be easy enough to find, but can't seem to get white rye flour. Anyone know where I can find some?

Thanks!

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  1. abscissa RE: wciu Jun 3, 2008 02:17 AM

    Where have you tried searching? I think that a health food/alternative medicine store would be your best bet. I would be surprised to see it at a grocery store.

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      torontofoodiegirl RE: wciu Jun 3, 2008 03:54 PM

      I can't say for sure, but Whole Foods has a pretty extensive range of flour options.

      1. TorontoJo RE: wciu Jun 4, 2008 05:30 AM

        Bulk Barn is also another good source for a variety of flours. You could call one near you to check.

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          wciu RE: TorontoJo Jun 4, 2008 09:55 PM

          I checked bulk barn at Scar Town, they only had dark rye. Went to Ambrosia as well, only had dark rye. Same with most grocery stores....

          My be I will try somewhere downtown this weekend.

        2. jayt90 RE: wciu Jun 5, 2008 03:15 AM

          Arva Flour Mills has it. http://arvaflourmills.com/SpecialityF...
          I have heard that some of their products are available at Atelier Thuet. http://www.atelierthuet.ca/.

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            jayt90 RE: jayt90 Jun 11, 2008 02:40 PM

            I just noticed Arva Flour Mills has a defunct website, perhaps dropped by their
            ISP. I hope they are not closed, as I expect to drive through London in a few days, hoping they'll still be around.

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            tippitoes RE: wciu Jun 11, 2008 11:38 AM

            Have you tried downstairs in the St Lawrence Market (can't remember the name of the store). They sell tons of diffferent kind of flour, grains, etc.

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