Teff is a naturally gluten-free grain and all of our products are processed in our gluten-free dedicated facility in Barrie, Ontario. You can find more information on our strict gluten-free standards here.
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Are your products gluten-free?
Where do you source your products from?
We proudly source our Berhan Teff exclusively from certified farmers and suppliers in Ethiopia, Djibouti and South Africa. These farmers were selected specifically for their production, farming and quality standards.
Are your products GMO free
Yes, all of our products are certified non-gmo by the Non-GMO Project.
What is the difference between Berhan Brown and Ivory Teff Flour?
The main difference between Brown and Ivory Teff flour is their colour. Both Brown and Ivory Teff have the same nutritional value, and Brown Teff flour lends a slightly nuttier taste and pairs well with richer dishes, compared to the milder taste of Ivory Teff flour.
Is there a general rule you recommend for baking with Teff flours?
A general rule of thumb when working with Berhan Teff flour is to substitute ¼ of the flour called for in any baking recipe (gluten-free or not) with our Berhan Teff flour. You can find more tips on how to bake with Teff flour here.
Can I combine flours?
Yes, our flours can be combined. You may see a slight variation of colour depending on the ratio of Brown and Ivory Teff flour used.