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Got Flour, but What about Yeast?

Got Flour, but What about Yeast?

When people stocked up to shelter and bake at home, they purchased 6.5 times the normal amount of yeast at grocery stores.  Replenishing the dry yeast stock has kept Red Star working round the clock. Check out the latest availability information. Help us spread the word about an option you might not think of: Fresh […]

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Crispy Whole Grain Waffles

Crispy Whole Grain Waffles

Waffles have been a part of our collective experience for a very long time. Indeed, the sweet and hot breakfast treat has been a staple in American cuisine since before our earliest colonial days. Waffled can be enjoyed in the traditional manner, with butter and maple syrup. Or perhaps you like your waffles with whipped […]

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Who Wants Some Pizza?

Who Wants Some Pizza?

Americans love pizza, so much so there’s an entire month dedicated to celebrating the dish. (October is National Pizza Month) American families eat so much pizza they consume the equivalent of 100 acres of pizza a day. Can you imagine? 100 acres of pizza a day! And who makes all that pizza? Well, Lots of […]

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Educator Award Deadline is Near!

Educator Award Deadline is Near!

The extended deadline for the Educator Award contest is April 30th, 2020. Have you modified your baking lesson programs to accommodate distance learning? We’re particularly interested in what you have to say. But please be sure to look at the guidelines for submission, the subject matter and intended audience and even method of delivery are […]

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New Sourdough Baking Resources!

New Sourdough Baking Resources!

Sourdough bread has a thick, chewy crust and soft, airy interior. It is comforting, savory and oh, so easy to make using only flour, salt, and water. Use this excellent resource to learn how to make your own starter, maintain it, and turn it into a loaf. Let’s Get You Started! Are you looking to bake at […]

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Homemade Pet Treats!

Homemade Pet Treats!

Homemade pet treats are an excellent way to reward your dog, and to engage your children in the kitchen. During this time of social distancing, we are acutely aware of managing our time and money efficiently… and maintaining the health of our family and pets. Here are some of the benefits of making pet treats […]

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April Baking Calendar

April Baking Calendar

There is so much happening in April 2020 in the world of baking! Use this handy calendar to keep up to date with all that is going on. National Soft Pretzel Month, celebrated in April, gives soft pretzels the celebration they deserve. For convenience stores, April is the perfect time to explore the endless options and versatility […]

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Baking: Farm to Table

Baking: Farm to Table

It’s March at last!  Wild or mild, the weather has us preparing to plant gardens and farms and puts a spotlight on nutrition.  Flour’s often an unsung nutrition hero.    World-wide, we don’t live well without flour.  As Americans focus more on plant-based proteins, wheat flour is a “heavy-lifter” in baked goods. It’s essential gluten […]

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Boost Your Baking History and Traditions

Boost Your Baking History and Traditions

Building a family baking history and traditions may be starting with you. OR, if you’re lucky it may go “way back” to a cherished biscuit, dumpling or sourdough recipe or a daily corn or fry bread.  You’ll find such great traditions baked with Oklahoma Wheat bakers. Another way to build on your history and traditions […]

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Bake for Those We Love

Bake for Those We Love

Part of baking’s love connection is the real, not virtual, delivery.  Hand made vs. hand texted for example.  It’s about heart felt, and in the case of baking, there are double benefits:  baking is a stress-reducer that can benefit our heart health! A couple specialties to share include: Chocolate Dipped Strawberry Sugar Cookies Check out […]

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