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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.

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