This page will be updated frequently with the tools and resources recommended for the Einkorn Baking eCourse & eBook.
Einkorn Grain or Flour
You've got members-only deals with both Einkorn.com (Ancient Grains, LLC) and Jovial Foods. The info is below. And of course, you can always shop for Jovial Foods or Ancient Grains einkorn products through Amazon.com. 🙂
Einkorn.com – Einkorn Berries (flour coming soon!)
U.S. grown einkorn from Ancient Grains LLC. Free shipping on 15 or 22.5 pound berry packages.
Coupon: tcsmembers for FREE SHIPPING on 15 or 22.5 pound einkorn berry orders. May be used on multiple orders or on multiple bag packages in the same order.
Jovial Foods – Einkorn Berries or Flour
Sourcing einkorn grown in Tuscany, Jovial Foods sells whole einkorn berries and pre-sifted, all-purpose einkorn flour – with whole einkorn flour coming in October. Save 10% and get free shipping.
Coupon: EINKORN15 for 10% off and free shipping (except cookbook and grain mill). May be used multiple times.
Einkorn Berries or Flour at Amazon.com
Love shopping through Amazon? You'll find Jovial Foods and Ancient Grains (einkorn.com) products at Amazon.com as well.
Tools & Equipment
Lodge 6-Quart Ceramic Coated Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Highly recommended when baking free-form loaves to keep them from drying out and getting too crusty at high baking temps. Comes in red, green, orange, and purple, too!
Alternatives: a covered clay baker (cloche) or a 5-quart or larger well-seasoned cast iron Dutch Oven.
8-Cup Stainless Steel Flour Sifter
Want to make your own sifted, all-purpose flour? This 8-cup sifter is large capacity and easy to use!
Alternatives: use a fine sieve or perhaps your mixer has a sifter attachment.
Banneton Dough Proofing Baskets
Helpful for proofing/rising artisan free-form loaves. Dust well with flour before using; gets better with each use.
Alternative: Linen couche in a colander.
Linen Couche Proofing Cloth
Flax seed linen proofing cloth especially suited for einkorn as it absorbs excess water without becoming a gummy mess. Use with well floured dough. Line a colander and place your dough inside to mimic a proofing basket.
Alternative: Banneton Dough Proofing Basket.
Vitamix (High-Powered Blender)
Mill your own flour (though not as finely as a mill) and crack grains for porridge.
Alternatives: a stand-alone mill or grain cracker, or another high-powered blender such as Blendtec.
Excalibur 9-Tray Dehydrator
Want to make your own sprouted einkorn flour? Then you'll need a dehydrator to dry the spouted berries.
Alternative: a low temp oven (200 degrees F or lower).
My Weigh KD7000 (Kitchen Scale)
(Optional) You'll get more consistent results if you use weights rather than volumes in your bread recipes, and a quality scale helps you do that. This is the one we chose; we love the advanced features like “hold” and “batch scaling”.
Alternative: use volume measurements.
Danish Dough Whisk
My favorite whisk! Allows you to stir thicker batters and doughs than a normal whisk, due to the decreased resistance.
Alternative: use a wooden spoon.
Fun! Make wavy cuts for your crackers and pastas.
Alternative: use a pizza cutter (straight cut).
Pastry and Pizza Roller
You can roll out crackers, pastry dough, and pizza crust right in the pan without worrying about your rolling pin not fitting.
Alternative: use a rolling pin (however, your pan might get in the way).
1/2 Gallon Mason Jars
Use with sprout screens to sprout einkorn berries (or other grains/beans).
Alternatives: use quart jars or mixing bowls.
Fits under the metal band to instantly convert wide-mouth mason jars into sprouting jars! I advise getting at least 3.
Alternative: use your hand when draining/rinsing jars of sprouts.
By the owner of Jovial Foods, Carla Bartolucci, this is a beautiful cookbook with wonderful recipes to take your adventure further.