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stoneground

(ˈstəʊnˌɡraʊnd)
adj
(Cookery) (of flour) ground with millstones
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stoneground

[ˈstəʊnˌgraʊnd] ADJ [flour] → molido por piedras
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stoneground

[ˈstəʊngraʊnd] adj (flour, wheat) → macinato/a con la mola
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OAT AND HONEY SOURDOUGH BREAD Ingredients 280g strong white organic bread flour 180g stoneground wholemeal flour 10g salt 315g water 35g runny honey 20g olive oil 70g jumbo oats 100g lively white sourdough starter Extra oats for coating the dough Method In a large bowl, mix together all flour, water and starter and let it rest for 30 minutes.
These rusks are exclusively baked for Woolworths by people from the community in the heart of the Boland, using locally sourced stoneground flour, buttermilk and free range eggs.
The starters There are plenty of authentic southern appetisers offered, including Shrimp 'n' Grits (South Carolina stoneground white maize) and smoked wings.
It's also a chance to share our enthusiasm and passion for stoneground flour milled with green energy!" Shepshed Watermill is one of the mills taking part and will be open on Sunday, May 13 from 11.30am-4.30pm.
The atmosphere is buzzing as we heartily chow down on a feast of quesadilla, bison and potato hash, and chicken with local stoneground grits and smoked gouda (meals are from PS11 to PS22).
Their stoneground flakes come in recyclable boxes resembling milk cartons, contain comparatively small amounts of sugar and don't use artificial ingredients at all.
Northumberland's only working water mill, it's here that high quality stoneground and wholemeal flour is produced from locally grown wheat, rye and spelt, along with rolled oat flakes and oatmeal.
"We have a red curry that we're testing and we are coming out with an all-natural stoneground product that does not have mustard oil, but instead has a little horseradish to give it a little zip," Biggi said.
We use wholegrain stoneground flours, all carefully selected to add great flavour as well as nutritional value.
This cereal is made from organic 100 percent stoneground whole wheat from California, lightly sweetened with organic cane sugar from Florida.