+
Remsleep | Jan 17, 202009:48 AM     13

Having received excellent feedback on my first go at sourdough rye bread, I'm looking to branch out. Unfortunately, rye flour is hard to find and rye meal is so far non-extant. WF* and HT have Arrowhead rye flour in small bags, which is okay, but I'd like to find a better source of flour and meal. On-line is always an option, but the shipping charges add up, especially if I'm not going to buy by the 50-lb sack. Is there anywhere in the Triangle, ideally on the D/CH side that carries rye and other non-wheat flours?

*WF also has "sprouted rye flour", but it isn't suitable for the recipes I'm hoping to use.

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

Invite a friend to chime in on this discussion.

Email a Friend

More from Chowhound

10 Trader Joe’s Products Nutritionists Swear By (Including Snacks!)
Guides

10 Trader Joe’s Products Nutritionists Swear By (Including Snacks!)

by Anna Hecht | It’s easy to beeline right for the peanut butter cups and frozen food at Trader Joe’s (not to mention...

Friday Fish Fry Recipes From Around the World for Lent
Recipe Round-Ups

Friday Fish Fry Recipes From Around the World for Lent

by Daphne Chen | Calling all seafood lovers! Whether or not you observe Lent, you'll want to try these delicious fried...

Sonoko Sakai Wants to Teach You About Real Japanese Home Cooking
Table Talk Podcast

Sonoko Sakai Wants to Teach You About Real Japanese Home Cooking

by Hana Asbrink | Welcome to Chowhound's Table Talk podcast, where Executive Editor Hana Asbrink chats with some of...

This Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Comes with a Poignant Story
Food News

This Pineapple Upside-Down Cake Comes with a Poignant Story

by Amy Schulman | In the many decades that journalist and activist Toni Tipton-Martin watched the media cover African...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.