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10 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Does anyone know of a source of roggen mehl type 997 in the US?  Or that will ship to the US?

 

 

I know you are wanting to source the real deal but Karin on Brot & Bread opines that roggenmehl typ 997 is similar to the white rye flour that can be purchased from King Arthur.  Might do in a pinch.

She also says that the King Arthur medium rye is similar to roggenmehl typ 1370 and the two can be mixed together to approximate roggenmehl typ 1150.

Too bad you missed your opportunity to have @Duvel hand a packet off on his recent EWR layover......edited to add:  what could ever be suspicious about a kilo or two of white powder????

blue_dolphin

blue_dolphin

10 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Does anyone know of a source of roggen mehl type 997 in the US?  Or that will ship to the US?

 

 

I know you are wanting to source the real deal but Karin on Brot & Bread opines that roggenmehl typ 997 is similar to the white rye flour that can be purchased from King Arthur.  Might do in a pinch.

She also says that the King Arthur medium rye is similar to roggenmehl typ 1370 and the two can be mixed together to approximate roggenmehl typ 1150.

Too bad you missed your opportunity to have @Duvel hand a packet off on his recent EWR layover......edited to add:  what could every be suspicious about a kilo or two of white powder????

blue_dolphin

blue_dolphin

10 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

Does anyone know of a source of roggen mehl type 997 in the US?  Or that will ship to the US?

 

 

I know you are wanting to source the real deal but Karin on Brot & Bread opines that roggenmehl typ 997 is similar to the white rye flour that can be purchased from King Arthur.  Might do in a pinch.

She also says that the King Arthur medium rye is similar to roggenmehl typ 1370 and the two can be mixed together to approximate roggenmehl typ 1150.

Too bad you missed your opportunity to have @Duvel hand a packet off on his recent EWR layover. 

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