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Bob's Red Mill Organic Hard White Wheat Berries -- 28 oz

Premium Quality. Certified Organic by QAI. All Natural. Kosher. Bob's Hard White Wheat Berries come from a new variety of wheat that is gaining popularity across the country because of its naturally mild taste. It is slightly sweeter and golden tan in color compared to traditional red wheat. If you are looking for all the health giving benefits of a sweeter milder tasting and lighter looking bread Bob's Hard White Wheat is for you.
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4 out of 4(100%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Bob's Red Mill Organic Hard White Wheat Berries -- 28 oz
Review 1 for Bob's Red Mill Organic Hard White Wheat Berries -- 28 oz
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ms68598
fromNJ
Age:45-54
Gender:Female
Very mild taste
 July 9, 2014
"I used it for making Indian Chapati's after grinding it in Vita-Mix. Turned out good."
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Review 2 for Bob's Red Mill Organic Hard White Wheat Berries -- 28 oz
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5 / 5
TheScarfLady
fromSilicon Valley
Age:55-64
Gender:Female
Naturally healthy and yum
 February 24, 2013
"I grind these in my Vitamix grain grinder, 2 cups at a time for about 2 minutes, mix with half as much water (using this much water makes it pretty light), and make excellent breads. This way, it still has the wheat germ oil, another reason to use whole grains."
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Review 3 for Bob's Red Mill Organic Hard White Wheat Berries -- 28 oz
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MtnBikerGirl
Age:25-34
Gender:Female
Great for bread and baking
 February 22, 2013
"I grind these berries up in my Vitamix and use them for bread and baking recipes. The bread comes out delicious and rises well. Love it!"
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Review 4 for Bob's Red Mill Organic Hard White Wheat Berries -- 28 oz
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gaia101
Age:55-64
Gender:Female
Versatile for Fermenting and Baking
 September 2, 2012
"I soak, sprout and ferment the berries into a healthy beverage (known by some as rejuvelac). I also grind the berries and use for baking breads and pastries. I prefer the hard white wheat over the soft for the beverage - for some reason, in south Florida, the soft berries don't do as well beverage-wise. You get the freshest tasting flour when you grind your own; I use Blendtec."
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