Einkorn flour can be substituted cup for cup instead of regular whole wheat flour for most recipes. However, the amount of liquid should be reduced by 15-20% since einkorn absorbs liquids at a much slower rate than regular wheat.
Making bread with einkorn flour requires no extra kneading. Knead with your hands just until the dough is completely hydrated and avoid using a stand mixer.
Allow the dough to rise just double in size. It’s best to underproof einkorn bread dough as it will deflate in the oven if over-proofed.
We sell organic Einkorn Flour here in 25 lb bags.
Please limit orders to 50 lbs per order. UPS does not calculate additional boxes needed to ship more than 50 lbs.
Grain products ship fresh directly off an Amish farm that does not provide electronic tracking numbers. Tracking numbers are manually available if needed. Please allow 7-10 days shipping.
About Stutzman Farms
Cottage Craft Works is proud to provide such a high-quality supply of bulk organic foods. These foods are processed on an Amish family-run farm that has been growing all organic for over six decades.
If you're looking for a high quality certified organically grown grains to mill yourself or to purchase milled flours, then you have found the place to purchase them in bulk.
Stutzman Family Farms has grown organic grains in the Ohio rolling hills of Holmes County for over 60 years. Long before organic certification ever existed the Stutzman family has practiced organic soil management to obtain rich fertile soil and high-quality grains throughout their Amish heritage.
Stutzman Farms is organically certified through the Ohio Ecological Food & Farm Association (OEFFA). The Stutzman family processes a variety of natural organic grains.
Food processing from the organic grains is completed on the Stutzman Farms. These facilities are routinely inspected by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
All grains and grain products processed on the Stutzman Farms are organically grown using Non-GMO seeds and no glyphosate or chemicals.
Stutzman Farms specializes in growing and harvesting Spelt, Wheat, Oats, Rye, and Corn on Ohio Amish Farms using the old-time planting and harvesting methods.
Grains such as Amaranth, Barley, Long Grain Brown Rice, Buckwheat, and Golden Flax Seed may not adapt well to the Ohio climate. In this case, these grains may be grown in limited supply or supplemented by other organic growers from across the United States. These organic growers may consist of other Amish organic farmers as well as Non-Amish traditional organic farmers.
Grains are stored and processed right on the farm. Each order is hand filled right from the farm storage facilities.
Despite their Amish back-to-basics heritage, the Stutzman family keeps up with the modern needs of health consciences eaters. They now offer sprouted grain products and keep improving their processing and machinery to provide the highest quality products available in any health food store.
Orders are still processed in the old fashion way and shipped directly from the Amish farm in Ohio. Please allow a few extra days for your order to arrive.
Because the Amish farm is not computerized we do not have electronic tracking to automatically update your order status from processing to ship. Orders are shipped using the old-style UPS book. Manual tracking numbers are kept at the farm should we ever need to trace a package.
Our Amish grain products are very popular with many repeat customers.
Please note our 50 lb limit on shipping: UPS, unfortunately, does not calculate the second box when orders exceed 50 lbs.
For this reason and to keep our overall prices low for now, we must limit 50 lbs two each 25 lb bags per each order. We are sorry for this inconvenience as we have researched all other alternatives and will continue to do so.
While consuming whole grains and grain products are generally recommended by healthcare professionals for all the known health and nutrition benefits, some people may develop adverse reactions leading to serious and life-threatening allergic reactions or complications within the digestive system or bowel tract.
People who are new to whole grains or a specific new grain product should complete their own research to learn more about how it is digested, the health benefits and risk to make an informed purchasing decision.
New grains and products should be used in small amounts until the person can see how they will tolerate the product.
People with an already known digestive tract and bowel complications should consult a physician before embarking on a new whole grain enriched diet. Some of the products made from whole grains are water-insoluble and may bulk up and block an already partially obstructed bowel.