Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.
Our certified gluten-free teff flour has a unique and mildly nutty flavor, and adds moistness and nutrition to baked goods. Our whole grain teff flour is stone ground from fresh, whole grain teff. Teff is a staple of the Ethiopian diet and a nutritional powerhouse of protein, calcium, and iron. Substitute all or part teff flour in recipes for healthy and delicious pancakes, breads, and baked goods.
There are approximately 3 3/4 cups per pound.
Origins of Teff
The teff grain is believed to have originated between 4000 BC and 1000 BC in Ethiopia, where it is grown and consumed today as a staple. Teff's name is derived from the word for "lost" in the Ethiopian language, Amharic, because the grain is so tiny that if it falls to the floor, it may never be found. In Ethiopian cuisine, teff flour is a primary ingredient in injera, a spongy and crepe-like sourdough bread.
Teff Flour Recipes
For a nutritional boost, substitute teff flour for one-quarter of regular flour in recipes for baked goods. As a whole-grain, baked goods made with teff flour will be denser than those made with white flour. Our recipe for teff pancakes makes a tasty and healthy breakfast, and teff gingerbread is a splendid holiday treat! The unique nutty taste of teff also works exceptionally well in chocolate cake, cookie, and brownie recipes.
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Kenneth, Newport, North Carolina February 27, 2013
“First time user to your site. VERY Satisfied with product and service, have you bookmarked and will use again. ”
Scott, Vieques, Puerto Rico July 27, 2012
“I am a professional freelance baker in a locale where specialty, ethnic and hard-to-find ingredients are impossible to procure. Thank heavens for your company! You have every ingredient I could possibly wish for - and then some! Thank you! Scott D. Appell, The Green Man International Baked Goods on Vieques, Puerto Rico.”
David, west covina, CA September 7, 2011
“wow fast delivery
and great products!”
Darla, Ithaca, NY March 24, 2011
“Love your products. The dried organic mango and organic ginger are fantastic! I am also happy with the chia seeds, mulberries, goji berries, honey dates, bahri dates and dried figs. I was elated to find chipolte chili peanut butter and plaintain chips on your website; not to mention teff flour at a great price. Thanks for carrying such fresh products at affordable prices!”
Linda, Littleton, NH February 18, 2011
“OK ... so I'm totally impressed with not only the speed of delivery (totally awesome) but the wonderful quality of the "goods". I'll be back!!”
James, Centerville, Iowa December 9, 2010
“package arrived today, Products blew me away. The goji is the best I've ever used. looking forward to using the Teff in sour dough pancakes. And thanks for the Chia seed. I will be ordering again. Thankx.”
Linda, Brooklyn, NY April 17, 2010
“My parcel arrived the day after my order. I love nut flours, use them for breading. I have enough now and a reliable place to order so will be using them more in my everyday meals. Thank you so much for the rapid delivery and the great packaging!”
Michael G. Rivera, sayville, ny August 13, 2009
“I was so pleased to find Teff Flour on your site. We just adopted our son from Ethiopia and we are going to be making Injera! Thank you very much!!!”
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Martin, Glen Mills, PA August 27, 2014
“For our first order, we certainly enjoyed opening the carton. Immediately used the teff flour in a gluten free scone recipe the came out fine. We especially like the sturdy bags and reclosing tops which means we can eliminate some additional storage containers.
We expect to be restocking other gluten free flours and starches now that we have "discovered" Nuts.com for ourselves.”
Serving Size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
(Approx. 15.2 Servings/Pound)
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Whole grain teff
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of Origin: Mali
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