Bob’s Red Mill Vital Wheat Gluten Flour is a kitchen staple for whole-grain bakers and vegetarians! Gluten is the protein found in the endosperm of the wheat berry – the endosperm is milled into this fine flour, resulting in 75-80% protein. Adding Vital Wheat Gluten to whole grain breads or breads made with coarse grinds such as artisan bread loaves will improve the elsasticity and texture of the loaf. Vital wheat gluten can also be used to create meatless entrees such as seitan or used to bind other vegetarian items like “meat”balls and veggie burgers. You’ll see how elastic the flour is just be adding water.

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Organic, Kosher


Bob'S Red Mill



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10 reviews for Bob’s Red Mill Corn Flour, 22 oz
  • 4 out of 5

    The only reason not to get a 5 is having no recourse but to order on the internet and pay the exorbitant mailing fees of the transportation companies which at least double the overall cost. Since there is only one other in my family it is cost prohibitive to do much more than a minimum, 4 24 oz packs, order.

  • 5 out of 5

    I’ve used your corn flour for a number of years when making my corn bread. I prefer the flour because it doesn’t have the grittiness that the corn meal has. The flour gives the bread a nice rise and browns nicely on top. The crumb has a nice fluff without being heavy. I use the same proportion of corn flour to AP flour as would be found in any corn bread recipe.

  • 5 out of 5

    I’m going to enjoy not having received BRM Masa Harina which of course would have put me over the top while introducing Mindanao to authentic Mexican foods.
    Instead I’ll have no corn TORTILLAS for now!
    Still the BRM 25# corn flour bag I have mistakenly received is going expand the awareness of corn to the community of white rice eaters. This well versed American culinarian has an opportunity to leave a small mark with an ingredient from the top of the food chain. I’ve been involved with Bob’s Red Mill since 1989 so really no mistakes here only opportunity

  • 5 out of 5

    I made some corn yeast muffins with this corn flour and they turned out amazing. It took a little longer because of waiting for them to rise but it was worth the wait. Can’t wait to try my corn flour cookie receipt I have. They have raisins in them and was my grandmother’s.

  • 5 out of 5

    I use your corn flour to make asiago/rosemary crackers. It’s the only corn flour I found that tastes right.. Had to order it online since groceries are wiped out.. the delivery man asked me about Bob’s Red Mill, and I said I wouldn’t use any other when it came to corn meal and flour.

  • 5 out of 5

    I didn’t even know corn flour existed until I found it on this site. I absolutely love this. It is so versatile in recipes. I can’t have wheat flour, so this has been a great alternative to breading meats and making breads. I ordered one package in the beginning because I wasn’t sure if I would like it. I have since ordered a case because it is that good.

  • 5 out of 5

    It’s my first time using the corn flour. Bob’s is well known by the Novice and Professional. I’m amazed at the variety of things Bob’ s produces. I feel the standards are consistent and high quality. I try to use the highest quality ingredients in the foods I produce, so before I begin I ask myself “Does Bob’s Red Mill make that?” The Corn Four Bread I made was perfect. Thanks, Bob.

  • 1 out of 5

    I love Bob’s Red Mill products. But, I am not satisfied with the corn flour and corn meal. The corn meal is called medium, but it is too coarse for me. The corn flour is truly a flour. I prefer Arrowhead Mills cornmeal, which is a bit more granular than this corn flour, but much finer than Bob’s cornmeal.

  • 5 out of 5

    This was the quickest and easiest way to find Corn Flour. The recipe I was making said specifically to use corn flour to make SLUGBURGERS. These are sausage burgers made in the South to extend the meat product during the Depression. Bob’s Corn Flour worked perfectly.

  • 5 out of 5

    It is corn FLOUR and not CORNMEAL.
    Perfect for thickening chili.

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