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Organic White Spelt Flour 1kg

Spelt grain, triticum speltum, is mentioned in the Old Testament book of Ezekiel. Hildegard of Bingen praised it in the C12th and it has once again become popular with chefs and nutritionists.

This 1kg pack is ideal for the cupboard of all home bakers and will let you bake a variety of different spelt loaves.

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£3.25 (£0.33/100g)

Dietary and allergen information:

see ingredients in bold:


Spelt flour* (contains GLUTEN).

Ingredients from more than one country.
Milled in the UK. *organic produce
Storage: To keep your flour at its best, roll down the top after use, store in a cool dry place.


Typical values per 100g
Energy 1450kJ
Fat 2.0g
of which saturates 0.4g
Carbohydrate 67.2g
of which sugars 0.5g
Fibre 4.4g
Protein 13.8g
Salt 0.13g

Customer reviews

4 Reviews
5 stars: 3
4 stars: 1
3 stars: 0
2 stars: 0
1 stars: 0

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By Miss Fenella Barr

22 Oct 2014 | 10:05 UTC

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I love this flour, I and eat spelt in accordance with my Low FODMAP diet, I much prefer to bake a simple organic loaves of bread rather than eat the pre made loaves you can buy in supermarkets that are very expensive and mass-produced. I love this flour it's easy to get a good rise, with a bit of practice, and it makes super tasty slightly dense loaves which are great with soup or toasted on cold winter mornings. My only criticism is it's really hard to get hold of as most supermarkets and health food shops don't seem to stock the white spelt. I sometimes use the wholegrain but it is much heavier and is harder to get a good rise from. Overall I really like this flour and wish I you could buy it in more places!


03 May 2013 | 09:39 UTC

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I am not allowed to eat wheat. the spelt flour is not crossed with wheat? is it a T55? Thank you

Spelt is an ancient grain which is believed to have been used widely by the Romans. The grain is a variety of wheat. Often those with wheat intolerances may have trouble with the over-popular variety of strong modern wheat used in most pastas, breads, milled flours etc. You may therefore be fine to cook with Spelt Flour, even though it is a variety of wheat; however trialing this will be your own decision. Spelt contains gluten and is therefore not suitable for Coeliacs.

By Mr Edward Gold

04 Nov 2012 | 08:36 UTC

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I'm not 'celiac' but prefer to eat gluten free bread as I find the body digests it more easily. Doves Farm Spelt Flour is the best I have ever used and matches Doves Farm Quick Yeast perfectly. The texture, taste, quality and ease of baking with this flour is better than any other. Highly recommended!
Ed Gold - www.edgold.co.uk

By Mrs Candi Williams Tarling

07 Jan 2010 | 21:58 UTC

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This flour has been a god send as my son was diagnosed at 9 months with an intolerence to wheat and gluten but he is thriving with having spelt instead and it will make anything sauces pancakes cakes and bread!

Thank you for your comments. Happy baking.