- 100% Pure rye flour
- High in fibre and nutrients
- Has a protein count of 10%
- No additives or preservatives
Store in an airtight container and use by Best Before date.
Pure Rye flour
Nutritional Information (per 100g serving):
- Protein: 11.28 g
- Ash: 0.97g
- Fat: 1.3g
- Total dietary fibre: 5.7g
- Total carbohydrates: 68.1
- Total sodium: 3.87mg
- Energy: 1327 kJ
29 out of 29 people would recommend this product28/11/2020, By RianaFresh and good. I find that if I substitute a portion of the flour with Eureka Crushed Rye Flour (which is very course), breads are not as dense, meaning a better result.23/10/2020, By Tessagreat quality07/09/2020, By TheaVery happy with this flour - used it for a sourdough starter.13/08/2020, By KarinGood quality product. Perfect for baking delicious breads.11/08/2020, By Tracey-LeighA reliable and delicious staple for sourdough rye bread. Cannot live without this flour in my pantry. I use it in nearly all my experimental bread mixes because it adds another dimension in flavour.24/06/2020, By ArtExcellent quality that's why I purchase so much of it.
Store it in a freezer and it last
for years.20/05/2020, By MardiReally good for my sourdough bread!17/05/2020, By DawnWon't find better11/05/2020, By Emma-LisaOnly rye flour I buy now05/05/2020, By ElderDependable rye flour29/04/2020, By JacquelineLove this product. Such good quality29/04/2020, By CarmenTop quality flour23/04/2020, By Annienlove31/03/2020, By EuniceVery good27/02/2020, By ThandiBest rye flour by far. Used to make a sour dough plant, and baking 100% rye bread, it is wonderful.08/01/2020, By AmandaVery fine. Like cake flour. I use it combined with other flours. I'll buy again, but mostly because it is difficult to find rye flour where I live. Would like if it was a bit coarser. Still tastes good and gives me amazing bread. I specifically bake a Norwegian wholemeal bread with this flour08/03/2019, By A.C.The best rye flour I can find in South Africa. Great product. Especially when used in baking rusks.17/02/2019, By LizanneI use this for so much baking, even my gluten intolerant husband can eat it.15/01/2019, By EliasTop quality. I love the bread made from rye flour.07/07/2018, By NellyBecause it has less gluten than wheat, it's difficult to work. I'm still learning how to make Rye only baked gods but it's going well. I like the extra flavour it adds. It's also great for starting a sourdough starter because of the higher nutrition value.02/07/2018, By Natural chicVersatile rye flour, love it to bits. Looking forward to making crackers from it.20/02/2018, By CarlaGood product range. Used it with nut flours and seeds to make crackers.11/12/2017, By EleniThis is the best Rye Flour that I have come across. There is a recipe on the back to assist if you don't have a rye recipe.23/11/2017, By TaliLove Eureka Mills. Best quality flour on the market.12/10/2017, By MaureenMakes the best rye bread! Combined with Eureka bread flour - great taste and of course home made means no preservatives.02/09/2017, By AbigailI'm not a huge fan of this as I find it can be a bit on the sourish rye side. But it can make a good bread, especially if mixed with the wheat flour (if you able to eat that).21/08/2017, By AnnemiekeSometimes I find flours in the supermarket to be old and not well responding during baking. Never the flours from this brand. Moreover, rye flour is difficult to find. Rye is so easy to replace in your bread recipe's and I even use it too make cookies. Fills you up for a long time and tastes so sweet and hearty!23/11/2016, By najendren100% rye. great texture, organic, milled.
I use it for making roti.13/09/2016, By AnneMy favourite brand of flours in South Africa! Good service with ordering too!
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