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Stone ground flour in Calgary?

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petitamour Jul 26, 2010 11:14 AM

A friend of mine buys stone ground flour (in house ground) from a bakery in Edmonton. She made us some pancakes using the flour and they were amazing, slightly sweet and nutty and deliciously hearty.

I would love to find a source for stone ground flour here in Calgary. Anyone?

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    Shazam Jul 27, 2010 03:34 PM

    CNF, Amaranth, etc, all sell it. Major supermarkets may sell it under the Bob's brand.

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      bakerbear Jul 27, 2010 09:10 PM

      Check out this link, http://www.saskorganic.com/oapf/farm....

      I have ordered directly from him (I believe River Cafe does as well) and he ships it Canada Post. Send him (Marc Loiselle) an email, he is very helpful and then you are assured your product is fresh.

      1. sharonanne Jul 28, 2010 03:53 AM

        I'd give Prairie Mill Bread Company a call. I have no idea if they ever sell their flour but they might.

        1. sweeterpea Jul 28, 2010 06:45 AM

          Highwood Crossing is a local farm that makes stone ground flour and other products. You can find Highwood Crossing products at many stores here in Calgary:

          http://www.highwoodcrossing.com/index...

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            petitamour Jul 28, 2010 09:22 PM

            Thank you everyone! I checked the Bob's brand stuff at Superstore, and looked at Planet Organic today. Her flour had a lot of texture to it, and what I saw at Planet Organic looked finer and more like regular flour.

            I'll call Prairie Mill - thanks!

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