George Washington's Heirloom Grain - White Lammas Wheat Flour

SKU 31473

Treat yourself to grains that have been stone-ground by water power at George Washington's Gristmill.  Also known as "White May Wheat", this whole grain wheat is noted for its ability to mill into a light colored flour. The communion bread/wafer and teacake wheat of northern Europe brought in the colonial period was heavily used in Virginia and North Carolina.

George Washington grew this wheat in the 1780's and was one of his preferred wheats. Great for cakes, cookies, and pies!

2-pound muslin bag of white lammas wheat - net weight 907.2 grams 

Please keep refrigerated as there are no preservatives in the stone-ground Gristmill products. Recipe sheet included with your purchase.