Welcome to our resource page for home bakers and lovers of organic grains.

Recipes using Kialla products

Visit our recipes page to see our recipe collection.
You’ll find recipes for sourdough breads, cakes, great ideas for things you can make with our pancake mixes & so much more.

Visit our blog to find out more about grains and organic information: Farm2Plate blog.

For lots of other recipes & info on cooking grains download our FREE Plate2Farm Recipe eBook:

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Storing grains and flours

We recommend that in the summer months, or if you live in warmer climates, that you store your product in the refrigerator, in airtight containers.

Flours remain fresher when stored around 10ºC to 14ºC and preferably in a way that reduces oxygen (i.e. airtight containers). This is particularly important for our products in the calico bags. While we love the look of the calico and the way they can be repurposed, they are not the best way to keep your product fresh over the long term. So, if it may take you a while to use your product follow the advice above.

If keeping your grains and flours outside the fridge is appropriate because you live in a cooler climate, always store your filled containers in a dry, preferably darkened area.

Ensure the temperature remains fairly constant.
Heat, and temperature variation, are the enemies of food storage.

Remember that your organic product doesn’t have any residual chemicals to keep moths at bay,  so it may be susceptible to pest infestation in your pantry cupboard if the temperature rises above 14ºC.

Our recommended shelf life for our milled product is 24 months after the production date.

Baking Tips

These tips for baking cakes have been provided by Gillian Bell when we baked with her in our inaugural bakealong.