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    Likes metaphors mixed, not stirred Chris P's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by AW Admin View Post
    https://littletongristmillonline.com This is in a tiny N.H. Seacoast area town, near Durham, N.H.

    They sell a wide variety of flour, including buckwheat and rye, as well as wheat and cornmeal. I've bought rye flour from them.

    I've bought whole wheat bread flour from here several times:

    https://www.onemightymill.com/nutrition-and-ingredients

    These are artisanal mills; they are not cheap.
    This thread inspired me to look around. Not in the northeast, but Janie's Mill in Illinois looks promising and more reasonably priced than the others I saw. I'll let you know how it comes out (or if I know enough to know good flour or good bread!) https://www.janiesmill.com
    Last edited by Chris P; 05-25-2020 at 04:57 AM.
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