- Pastry - you can mix the rye flour with the wheat one and bake a delicious bread or pizza
- Sweet baking - do not be afraid to use the rye flour to prepare solid desserts, such as cookies, the typical recipe is a rye gingerbread
- Thickening - since the rye flour is finely ground, it is a perfect ingredient to thicken meals
Pastry made of rye is a little bit denser and the dough heaves not as good as other types of dough, therefore it is often combined with wheat or spelt. In Germany and Scandinavia, rye crackers are very popular. Wholegrain flour is unfortunately very popular with moles. That is why it needs to be stored in a refrigerator, freezer or in a pantry in a sealed container.
Rye is a type of grain that does not have high demands on natural conditions. It is grown mainly in Central and Northern Europe even at higher altitudes. Rye has two forms, winter and spring ones. The winter form can be found more often. Rye is used not only to produce flour, but also, for example, coffee substitutes, pasta or whiskey or rye beer.
Flour does not contain any added substances that prevent lumps, regulate acidity or improve the quality of the flour. This product will be appreciated primarily by consumers with an interest in organic farming and a sustainable farming system. Organic food always goes through a system of checks and certifications that ensures their quality and enables them to bear this designation.
CompositionRYE*. *product of controlled organic farming
Store at temperatures up to 25 ° C and relative humidity up to 75%.