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Visiting Greens Windmill in Sneinton, Nottinghamshire

Updated: Feb 20

Using organic flour is a personal preference. I'm quite environmentally conscious and make everything gluten free so although I couldn't use this flour, I'm still interested in looking at local suppliers. So if you're out my way and are wanting a soft gluten containing flour for your sponge cakes, try the organic flour from this lovely little windmill. What makes organic flour actually “organic” is how it is produced. It must be certified to meet certain standards, must be free of artificial food additives as well as being grown without synthetic pesticides. Greens Windmill in Sneinton, Nottingham is run by volunteers and opens Wednesday's to Sunday. The only downside to buying from a real windmill in that when there is no wind, they can't produce flour. The long hot summer we have just had was especially hard for them. Buy organic support local or just go and give them a visit and look around a real working windmill.

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