DakotaMB (Milling & Blending) offers two types of teff: brown and ivory. The darker colored teff is rich in flavor, and ivory teff has a milder flavor. The annual grass has very tiny seeds, which we mill into flour.
It is native to the Horn of Africa, and to this day, is a staple crop in Ethiopia and Eritrea. In the United States, Teff is grown in Wisconsin, Nevada, California and Texas.
Chocolate Gluten-Free Cakes
Teff’s flavor pairs perfectly with chocolate and can be used as a partial or full-replacement for wheat flour in gluten free products.
America's ever-expanding craving for global cuisine has given teff a boost, where it can be featured in a variety of prepared food African dishes.
Teff adds the “ancient” to grain-based snacks positioned as alternatives to traditional wheat-flour based snacks.