• authentically sprouted 100% whole grain flour

  • whole grains with great taste and easy digestibility

  • our flours digest more like vegetables than starches

Healthy flour makes healthier food™

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Since 2000, Essential Eating Sprouted Flour and Foods has been an industry innovator offering the finest sprouted flour available. Those looking for healthier flour such as food producers, professional and home bakers use Essential Eating Sprouted Flour to make foods that have the benefit of 100% whole grains with great taste and easy digestibility.
Essential Eating's authentically sprouted flours digest more like vegetables than starches, the nutrients are more bio-available and the taste is amazing. Use one-for-one in place of most conventional flour for all your baking needs.

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Essential Eating

Healthy flour makes healthier food™

Essential Eating Sprouted Flour & Foods provides food producers, professional and home bakers great tasting, better performing and easily digested authentically sprouted 100% whole grain flour for healthier foods.

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Sprouted Flours

Essential Eating Sprouted Flours are produced under quality-controlled conditions in a certified organic mill that is rated by the American Institute of Baking. Essential Eating is 100% employee-owned and 100% committed to quality.

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THE DIFFERENCE

Sprouted 100% Whole Grain Flour

Essential Eating Sprouted Flours are optimally and authentically sprouted. They are distinctively different, more consumer-friendly, shelf-stable and have a light sweet aroma and smooth texture versus sprouted mash, malted flours and traditional whole grain flours.

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Sprouted Flour Benefits

How do whole grains become vegetables?

When whole grains are sprouted properly, they are converted into a more digestible food. As the grain sprouts, it begins to turn into a plant, and the body recognizes plants as vegetables. Vegetables are the easiest-to-digest foods because vegetable enzymes, not pancreatic enzymes that are less abundant in most people's digestive systems, break them down. Picture a grass seed that has begun to sprout into grass coming alive as a vegetable before being milled into flour.

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