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Sher Atta Flour (20 lbs)

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$14.99

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Sher Atta is a white whole wheat flour that contains the nutrient-rich germ and the fibre-rich bran. It is much healthier than all-purpose flour; it bakes and tastes better as well.  In comparison to regular whole wheat flour that is made from red wheat, Sher...

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Sher Atta is a white whole wheat flour that contains the nutrient-rich germ and the fibre-rich bran. It is much healthier than all-purpose flour; it bakes and tastes better as well.  In comparison to regular whole wheat flour that is made from red wheat, Sher Atta ingredients consist of a naturally occurring albino variety of wheat, which is lighter in colour and has a sweeter, milder flavour. You can bake the Sher Flour to make rotis or fry it for parathas.

Sher atta price is extremely reasonable – you get true value for money! Check the Sher atta reviews online if you need more convincing.

Sher Atta White Whole Wheat with Fibre. The flour can be mixed with water to prepare a dough that can be lightly baked to prepare rotis or fried to make parathas! It can also be stuffed with choice of your own filling! This atta is made in Canada but with an Indian recipe!

Looking where to buy Sher Atta online in Canada? We offer home delivery everywhere in Canada. Have a look at our wide selection of Indian whole wheat atta and multigrain atta. 

Farine de blé entier Sher 

Sher Atta est une farine de blé entier blanche qui contient le germe riche en nutriments et le son riche en fibres. C'est beaucoup plus sain que la farine tout usage; elle cuit mieux et a meilleur goût. En comparaison avec la farine de blé entier ordinaire fabriquée à partir de blé rouge, les ingrédients de Sher Atta se composent d'une variété de blé naturelle, de couleur plus claire et au goût plus doux. Vous pouvez faire cuire la farine Sher pour faire des rotis ou la faire frire comme parathas.

Le prix de Sher atta est extrêmement raisonnable - vous en aurez pour votre argent! Cette farine est fabriquée au Canada mais avec une recette indienne!