I am trying to be a lot more intentional about buying local products through my CSA, local farmers, and at my local grocery store. One way I do this is by purchasing Hudson Cream Flour. Hudson Cream is made in Hudson, Kansas, population 125. In 1905 production began in this newly built mill…
According to their website they “are now one of the last independent flour mills remaining in the U.S. While we’ve made a few improvements over the years, added a couple of flour bins and put in more roll stands, our purpose has stayed the same: produce the best quality flour possible at a fair price.”
Their flour is absolutely wonderful to use and has a delicious taste. Some of my favorites are:
Bread flour. I use this in all my bread baking. Usually for the amount of flour called for in a recipe I will use half bread flour AND half…
Whole-Wheat Flour. This tastes amazing in pizza crust, rolls, bagels, and I also use half whole wheat flour in my quick breads as well. If you are looking for a place to purchase Husdon Cream Flour click on this link to take you to a store finder. What do you like to buy locally?
|The Stafford County Flour Mills Photo:www.hudsoncream.com|