The Home Baking Association (HBA) has designated February as “Bake for Family Fun Month” and has resources, recipes and activities to help families get started! The following recipes and resources have been provided by our members in support of this celebration.
Wheat flour food safety in the kitchen Wheat flour is not a ready-to-eat food. Flour is a raw food ingredient used in baking and other food preparation and must be thoroughly cooked before eating to prevent illness from bacteria that can be present in the flour. Do not eat raw dough, batters or other uncooked foods made with wheat flour. Children should not play with uncooked dough made with wheat flour. Always wash hands, utensils, and surfaces after handling wheat flour.
Six great resource links for wheat, flour and more! Wheat 101
What is Pizza Flour? Once you find out, head over to this website to find the perfect pizza recipe called Hellen’s Homemade Pizza! And to really round out your pizza knowledge base, check out these Pizza Making Tips!
What is Sustainability? Consumers around the world have made it clear that they expect their food and drink to come from sustainable ingredients, produced by companies that share their values. Read more here!
What is a Wheat Assessment? Wheat grown in the 32 Colorado counties covered by the Colorado Wheat Marketing Order are subject to assessment. Learn what is involved.
Food Safety The safety of our food products, employees, customers and consumers is a core value of Ardent Mills. We constantly strive to provide safe, healthy, affordable food and ingredients for customers and consumers across North America.
Stone-Buhr has created a simple, easy-to-use website for you to locate the family farms that grew the grain they mill to make your flour. Check it out!
Cereal Innovators Webinar Series This interactive webinar series focuses on new and unique ways to use cereal grains. Topics throughout the series include new processes, useful information on milling and baking, equipment information, and uses for cereal grains grown in MN, MT, ND, and SD. A new speaker will be featured each month.
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Request A Kansas Wheat 2021 Recipe Book compiled from the 2021 National Festival of Breads is available at no cost. Simply fill out the form in the link above and they’ll mail you a a copy.
New cookbook from the Best of Wheat Bread Baking Contest!