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ISO: Rye flour

Smorgasbord Dec 21, 2008 03:07 PM

So, got a breadmaker for my birthday and want to make rye bread. I don't see rye flour in any supermarket, and would prefer not to buy bulk barn flour. Where to go?

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    budeeez RE: Smorgasbord Dec 21, 2008 03:12 PM

    If you shop Loblaws supermarkets, you can find rye flour in their specialty foods section (where the organic stuff is).

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      toveggiegirl RE: budeeez Dec 24, 2008 06:46 PM

      I'm pretty sure that the Forest Hill Loblaws (at Bathurst & St. Clair) sells rye flour in the "Natural Values" section (as Budeeez specified above).

    2. jayt90 RE: Smorgasbord Dec 21, 2008 05:14 PM

      Bulk Barn has rye flour, plus high protein bread flour you will also need to let the rye rise.

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        wontonfm RE: Smorgasbord Dec 21, 2008 08:48 PM

        Noah's or Whole Foods should carry it for sure. Most likely in the Bob's Red Mill brand.


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          David M RE: wontonfm Dec 23, 2008 08:51 AM

          Highland Farms -Mississauga 10/Britania had a good price on a 5 lb bag. Last Tuesday.Almost bought, but that's a lot of rye flour. I did buy Roger's Whole Wheat

        2. jayt90 RE: Smorgasbord Dec 23, 2008 06:36 PM

          What is your objection to Bulk Barn rye flour? I'm sure they would show you the source if you asked.

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            Joshman RE: Smorgasbord Dec 25, 2008 06:10 PM

            I always get it at Rubes in the basement of the St Lawrence Market. He's the awesome old guy who sells rice, and off to the side, beside the coffee place, he sells all sorts of flour.

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