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Semolina flour in Charlotte?

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worktime Aug 28, 2009 09:20 AM

Does anyone know where you can buy semolina flour in Charlotte?
I want to try my hand at making some pasta.

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    winedine RE: worktime Aug 28, 2009 09:32 AM

    I would check with whole foods, bulk department

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      southernitalian RE: winedine Aug 28, 2009 09:34 AM

      I could swear I've seen it at HT.

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        worktime RE: southernitalian Aug 28, 2009 09:44 AM

        We don't have a whole foods, do we?? I looked in HT at Stonecrest but couldn't find any.

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          lynnlato RE: worktime Aug 30, 2009 04:02 PM

          The HT @ Stonecrest does have Hodgson Mills Pasta Flour. Its the perfect blend of semolina and durum flours. I've used it several times to make pasta and it produces alight, airy, egg pasta that's to die for. Here is a link to the product:

          http://www.hodgsonmill.com/roi/673/Al...

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            worktime RE: lynnlato Aug 31, 2009 09:03 AM

            Thanks Lynn. I will have to look again. I'm familiar with Hodgson Mills brand but I didn't see, maybe because I was looking for semolina my brain didn't register pasta flour as my eyes scanned. Very likely possibility.

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              lynnlato RE: worktime Aug 31, 2009 05:46 PM

              Also, the pasta flour is in a box, not a bag, fyi. :)

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          ginny62 RE: southernitalian Jun 8, 2014 10:48 AM

          Arboretum...just bought some

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          bbqdawg RE: winedine Aug 28, 2009 12:10 PM

          No WF in Charlotte.

        4. bbqdawg RE: worktime Aug 28, 2009 12:12 PM

          How about Pasta and Provisions, Earth Fare or Fresh Market?

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            bakeman RE: worktime Aug 28, 2009 08:19 PM

            Look in the natural foods sections of better grocery stores. I have often used Bob's Red Mill brand, it is merchandised in a clear bag.

            Earthfare should have it along with a larger Harris teeter, and Lowes Foods.

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              Jibe RE: worktime Aug 30, 2009 07:44 AM

              Try Home Economist. They usually have a great selection of different flours in bulk.

              http://www.hemarket.com/ret_store_loc...

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                worktime RE: Jibe Aug 30, 2009 08:18 AM

                Thanks for all the suggestions.
                I looked at the Bob's Red Mill brand in HT Stonecrest but they don't have it. I will try Earth Fare as they do have a bigger selection. I will also try Home Economist. Not too sure Pasta & provisions has that kind of grocery items, I love the store but they pretty much just have the basics for italian foods (pasta, sauces, cookies, crackers and such). I will make that the last of my venture.
                I will let you'll know if I find it.

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                  Sam at Novas RE: Jibe Aug 30, 2009 10:15 AM

                  Home Economist on South Blvd has it for sure. In the bulk bins located with other flour type stuff. I did not look to see if they had it bagged but for sure they have it in bulk. One assumes that all of thier locations would have it.

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                  ginny62 RE: worktime Jun 8, 2014 10:49 AM

                  I just bought some at Harris--Teeter at Arboretum
                  Bob's Red Mill

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