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27th • Cook up some Mushy Pea, Parsnip & Potato Cakes
15th • Enjoy this recipe for Smoked Quinoa with Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Carlin Peas from the Age Well Project make with our tinned carlin peas and smoked quinoa
11th • Find our carlin peas in all their delicious forms.
10th • Order whole wet walnuts by Friday 13th for dispatch on the 18th.
7th • Try making Sophie Gordon's recipe for Spelt Pizza with Charred Fennel, Green Cabbage and Tofu Cream from her brilliant book The Whole Vegetable
6th • Don’t miss this month’s Farmerama podcast featuring PI'Y Brazil nuts direct from the Kayapó. We talked to Appy Rose about our relationship with the Kayapó-led cooperative Coobay in partnership with Landworkersalliance and the Roddick Foundation.
4th • Read our reviews? Browse our products...
28th • Explore our range of carlin peas, dried, canned and now also jarred from Bold Bean Co.
27th • Baking this #sourdoughseptember? We’ve a cornucopia of sourdough recipes for you to try.
25th • Buy tickets for the Halesworth Climate Action Conference - Expert Panel
24th • Abra Berens' recipe for Shaved Courgette w/Greek Yogurt, Fried Chickpeas + Za’atar Oil from her book Grist using our chickpeas
21st • Everything you’ll need to get started with sourdough...
19th • Find British-grown grains and pulses on high streets across the UK at Holland & Barrett.
17th • Explore our range of carlin peas, dried, canned and now also jarred from Bold Bean Co.
6th • Try Carlin Peas! Britain's historic marbled brown pea, traditionally used for Parched Peas but a great alternative to chickpeas in any dish. Available dried, canned and now jarred from Bold Bean Co.
3rd • Join us at The Marches Real Food & Farming Conference
2nd • Try our recipe for Seared Aubergines & Cherry Tomatoes with Fried Lentils & Tahini Dressing from Abra Berens' book Grist: A Practical Guide to Cooking Grains, Beans, Seeds & Legumes, plus our Grist Bundle to get you started
27th • Order your bread by 8am Monday for baking and dispatch of fresh loaves on Wednesday - with nationwide next-day delivery, you can enjoy some of the best sourdough bread in the country on Thursday.
25th • Don't miss out on our summer home mill sale - ends midnight Monday 28th. Explore our range of grists for milling, including several different varieties and populations of wheat, alternative grains like rye, quinoa and barley, and pulses and seeds. You can also visit our blog to learn more about home milling through history by reading 'Mill It Yourself’.
15th • Try Christine's recipe for Barley and Almond Cake with Cream Cheese and Orange Frosting from her wonderful book Flour: A Comprehensive Guild. Made with our new batch of naked barley flour.
4th • Get involved with putting Beans on the Menu
31st • Pick up Christine’s book Flour: A Comprehensive Guide or try her recipes for Plum and Frangipane Tart with Yellow Pea Flour Pastry and Pink Pea and Anise Syrup Cake. Perfect those those looking to buy a home mill in summer sale!
21st • Our Mockmill summer sale is now on! You'll also need some grits to get you started. If you're interested in adding botanical ingredients to your milling, a great place to start is Vanessa Kimbell's book Sweet Sourdough.
19th • Love scones? We've some great recipes - The Cook & Him's vegan and gluten-free savoury scones, Rosy's Field Bakery cheese scones and Henrietta Inman's Seeded Sourdough Scones with Squash, YQ and Broth Mix #1.
9th • This recipe for Crispy Flamingo & Blue Peas with Labneh & Lemon Oil, is perfect for a summer starter, a nibble with drinks or BBQ side dish
7th • Try Hermione's Strawberry, Black Wheat and Spelt Biscuits made with a delicious combination of Black Wheat Flour and Toasted Spelt Flakes. In more of a savoury mood? Try Hermione's recipe for Smoked Quinoa, Chickpea & Greens Salad.
29th • Try Sam Hamrebtan's recipe for Coriander & Mustard Seed Crepes
26th • Don't miss Josiah at Groundswell's big top - Doing the Time: Working Towards the Decriminalisation of our Seeds
23rd • Looking for more ways to enjoy beans, peas and lentils? Try Easy Bean's delicious crackers.
16th • Buy tickets for Supper Club: Fortnum & Mason FIELD restaurant x food writer Jenny Chandler
15th • Order freshly baked sourdough bread by 8am Monday for Wednesday delivery
• Make Falafel with Shony Seaweed for Falafel Day
10th • Read more about diversity in Sheaf - our collections of regenerative stories about pulses, grains and the farmers that grow them, with beautiful colour photographs and illustrations. Or read an extract from Josiah's chapter on diversity in Sheaf.
9th • Sign up to our newsletter and be the first to hear about crops and products, recipes and offers!
2nd • Discover our wide range of including many varieties of pea - green (25% off), yellow, marrowfat and wrinkled - fava bean, buckwheat and hemp - both high protein fine hemp flour and high fibre coarse hemp flour.
27th • Want to find out more about our farms? Read Sheaf: Harvest 2022, our second collection of regenerative stories, photos and illustrations on pulses, grains and the farmers that grow them..
14th • Make the most of asparagus season with James Taylor's recipe for Fava Bean and Wheat Risotto With Seasonal Vegetables made with Maris Widgeon Wheat and Whole Fava Beans
13th • If you're celebrating International Hummus Day, you're going to need our collection of hummus recipes
12th • Don't miss The Sheffield wheat experiment talks programme with Hodmedods, reserve your free tickets
2nd • Get your free tickets for Hodmedod: Are Beans the Answer to Everything? at The University of Exeter, Wed, 3 May, 7-9.30pm
28th • Get tickets for How Did We Get Into This Mess and How Do We Get Out of It? At Ashburton Arts Centre Tuesday, 2 May, from 7.30 to 10pm.
27th • Order a copy of Sheaf: Harvest 2022 to read more about Mark, Liz and Green Acres Farm
22nd • Want to find out more about agroforestry and see it in practice? Over the weekend of 19th to 21st May over thirty farms across UK, Ireland and beyond will open their gates to share what works for them and invite us all to think more about agroforestry. Find an open day near you.
20th • Join us for Feeding the World, Farming the Planet - Monday 24th April 2023, 19:00 - 20:30 at The British Library or online.
16th • An exciting new recipe - Flamingo Pea Paprikash is inspired by the Hungarian dish Chicken Paprikash, but with a veggie twist. Isabella replaces the chicken with whole flamingo peas to make a hearty meal, seasoned with sweet paprika.
15th • Fresh, delicious sourdough bread delivered to your door! Our artisan bakers produce a range of sourdough loaves made with distinctive British-grown flours. Order by 8am Monday for Wednesday baking and next-day delivery across the UK.
7th • To promote diversity in our diets and on our farms try baking with Botanical Flour - #0+ Base Blend
6th • Celebrate Easter with Izy Hossack's Rye Hot Cross Bun Loaf .
3rd • Try Isabella Palmer's recipe for Roasted Beetroot with Lentils, Whipped Lemon Tahini, Pumpkin Seeds & Spices made with our British-grown lentils.
2nd • Explore our range of canned pulses.
30th •Feeling inspired by Joe Woodhouse? Explore our full range of peas.
25th •Don't forget to order your sourdough bread before 8am Monday for Thursday delivery
18th • Try baking with pea flour!
17th • Find our recipe for Garlic Mushroom & Fava Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes and our Fava beans. To learn more about fava beans read our blog post ‘What are fava beans? Aren't they just broad beans?'
12th • Read more about Tomatoes, Turnips, Pulses and the Hungry Gap.
11th • Feeling inspired to cook with lentils?
10th • Would you like to join our team? We're recruiting a new part-time member of our packing team. Find out more...
10th • Follow the links to find all our bread recipes, as well as our selection of flours, seeds and whole grains. Don't fancy making bread? Head over to our bakery and let the experts do all the hard work for you!
1st • Not naughty but nice! Try Lucy Williamson's gut-healthy recipe for Chocolate Fridge Cake.
19th • Get ready for pancake day by trying our recipe for Yeasted or Sourdough Staffordshire Oatcakes
18th • Order bread by 8am Monday for baking and dispatch of fresh loaves on the Wednesday - with nationwide next-day delivery, you can enjoy some of the best sourdough bread in the country on Thursday!
10th • Happy World Pulses Day!
⭐️ Try a Big Bundle of British Pulses!
🌱 Eat more beans! And peas, lentils, chickpeas... Read more on our blog...
🥣 Find recipes for All The Peas and Red Pesto Soup, Yellow Dhal Curry with Pol Sambol, Ful Medames and over 150 other pulse dishes.
9th • The last of the 2022 harvest of Walnuts in Shell from Norfolk are now available. Order yours now - when they're gone, they're gone.
28th • Find Wakelyns Seeded Sourdough Tin Loaf, baked weekly in small batches - order by 8am Monday for dispatch of your freshly baked bread on the Wednesday.
11th • Find out more about Food Diversity Day and book free online tickets.
22nd • Find out more about the Oxford Real Farming Conference and book online tickets (still available).
12th • Try making Vanessa Kimbell's 10 Minute Sourdough Focaccia, with out Diversity Blend No.0+ Flour. If you want more 10 minute sourdough recipes you're going to want to get Vanessa's most recent book.
10th • Deliciously buttery walnuts in their shells, grown at Red Hat Orchards in West Norfolk and hand harvested, sorted and packed by Mathew Warwick.
7th • Go on a journey through the landscape of the burgeoning and diverse movement for land justice in the UK with The Landworkers’ Alliance 2023 calendar.
5th • It's World Soil Day what better moment to read more about the wonderful role pulses have in health soils, or buy a copy of Sheaf our beautiful short book about the agroecological farmers and producers we work with.
2nd • Browse our selection of book bundles for the perfect Christmas presents.
13th • Check out our full selection of flours - including our stoneground wheat, spelt, rye and other cereal flours as well as our pea, bean and other alternative flours - and learn more about why only sell wholemeal cereal flour
8th • Want to experiment with our rye flour too?
6th • Try making your own Panelle. We used Yellow Pea Flour, but Fava Bean or Green Pea Flour would work just as well.
Throwback to the BBC Radio 4's Food Programme celebrating the International Year of Pulses!
5th • We’re absolutely delighted with Sheaf: Harvest 2022, it’s beautiful and inspiring. When ordering this second issue you can pick up a copy of the first at a small discount.
The music in our reel was from folk musician Dom Prag.
22nd • Order your sourdough bread before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
21st • Diversity Blend Flour no.0+ is here! Developed by Vanessa Kimbell from The Sourdough School and made by us, this flour is made with 10 grains, seeds and pulses and blended with nettle and seaweed.
12th • Try out Vicky Jones' Split Pea Stew with Ethiopian Spices recipe from her book Beans, Peas & Everything in Between
10th • Our 2022 harvest chickpeas are ready to go! And we think they're the best UK chickpeas we've ever seen or tasted.
9th • Find our full range of flours, including stoneground wheat, spelt, rye and other cereal flours as well as our pea, bean and other alternative flours. Learn more about why only sell wholemeal cereal flour from the Hodmeblog.
Sourdough September | Find everything you need to know about Sourdough September in our new blog Getting Started With Sourdough. What is sourdough? Why it is important? How to make? Where to buy it?
Try Kimberley Bell's recipe for Wholegrain sourdough, using YQ Wakelyns population wheat
25th • We founded Hodmedod to get fava beans back into British kitchens and soon added carlin peas and marrowfat peas to our range. We've since worked with our network of farmers to get lentils and chickpeas into production in the UK. Find all our dried pulses here.
24th • Order your sourdough bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
17th • Order your sourdough bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
13th • Bake sourdough like Wakelyns Bakery, with your own Wakelyns Sourdough Starter. Made with YQ wheat and shipped out once a week!
10th • Order your weekly sourdough bread before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
5th • Try making Henrietta Inman's Seeded Sourdough Scones with Squash, YQ & Broth Mix #1.
28th • Have you been tempted to make this Quinoa Flour Pizza With Cashew Cheese, Figs and Rocket? Then you're going to need some Quinoa Flour!
27th • Order your bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
20th • Order your bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
17th • Try our new snack packs of our notoriously moreish roasted peas and pulses. Flavours include roasted yellow peas with smoked paprika, roasted fava beans with chilli & lime, roasted fava beans with sea salt and cider vinegar or save over 10% with a selection pack.
Packed in a revolutionary paper bag that's both compostable and recyclable, and keeps the peas and pulses fresh and delicious.
9th • Support the Kayapo.
6th • | Order your bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
30th • Order your bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
23rd • Order your bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
22nd • Read more about agroforestry in 'Wakelyns Agroforestry: Resilience through Diversity', available as a free download. Published by the Organic Research Centre and Woodland Trust, this booklet offers a fascinating and inspiring insight into the development, practice and legacy of Wakelyns.
16th • Order your bread here before Monday 8am, for Wednesday baking and dispatch.
11th • Spiced Carrot and Quinoa Falafels with Slaw recipe
8th • Try making Fava Farfalle with Pine Nuts and Tomato
26th • Order a Wakelyns YQ & Edgar Sourdough Tin Loaf
7th • Miller's Choice - a new wheat from old wheats
To celebrate the launch of this brilliant wheat population, developed by Andy Forbes of Brockwell Bake, Wakelyns Bakery have baked a very special Miller's Choice loaf for us. If you prefer making your own bread we have stoneground wholegrain Miller's Choice flour. Could be that as well as baking your own bread you like to mill your own flour - we can help with that too and have Miller's Choice available as a whole grain too.
We've also published a short blog post about Andy Forbes, Brockwell Bake and the story of this old new wheat.
22nd • Courgette, Pea and Mint Fritters recipe
21st • Try some of the UK's first crop of black quinoa
15th • Strawberry & Chia Muffins recipe
5th • Yes, a cake made with our Flamingo Peas!
4th • | Want to learn more about fava beans? We have a couple of articles you might be interested in:
What are fava beans? Aren't they just broad beans?
Ancient Pulses: Were Fava Beans the First Farmed Crop?
1st • All the naked barley .
29th • This lunchtime the BBC Food Programme on Radio 4 is exploring the culture and history of falafel. We’re wondering where they’ll come down on the fava / chickpea debate. We’re on team fava, here’s our recipe - and we’re not alone. The 2016 London Falafel festival came to the same conclusion . And Felicity Cloake in her cook the perfect column decided that falafel should be mostly fava . What do you think?
24th • Sheaf - our collection of regenerative stories about grains and the farmers that grow them, with beautiful colour photographs and illustrations.
16th • All the details for Agroforestry Open Weekend 2022 .
24th • We’re very excited about Grain Lab next weekend (1st and 2nd May), parts of the event have sold out, but there are still tickets for some lively fringe talks and workshops in Nottingham city centre (where you can also catch us). The programme and booking details are all on the Real Bread Campaign website. We’d love to see you there.
10th • We were on James Martin's Saturday Morning yesterday! James made an amazing curried lentil, coconut and apple soup , you should be able to watch again on the ITV hub.
2nd • YQ Wheat flour, rhubarb & yoghurt cake with oat & hazelnut crumble. Want more recipes from Henrietta Inman? Buy her amazing book, The Natural Baker. Read our blog about YQ wheat here or buy YQ wheat flour here.
30th • Come and work with us! Find details of our new Operations Support role here. Deadline for applications Sunday 3rd April.
27th •Want to learn more about fava beans? We have a couple of articles on the Hodmeblog you might be interested in:
What are fava beans? Aren't they just broad beans?
Ancient Pulses: Were Fava Beans the First Farmed Crop?
24th • Find Christine McFaddon's recipe for Plum and Frangipane Tart with Yellow Pea Flour Pastry here or buy a copy of her incredible book Flour: A Comprehensive Guide. If you're curious about our range of flours, you'll find them all here.
18th • Welcome back Flanders!
Wakelyns Bakery have baked a very special Flanders loaf for us. If you prefer making your own bread we have stoneground wholegrain Flanders flour. Could be that as well as baking your own bread you like to mill your own flour - we can help with that too and have Flanders available as a whole grain too.
We've also published a short blog post about this slightly quirky wheat.
10th • World Pulses Day 2022
A special day for us and we're kicking off the celebrations with some very special Rare Beans, wonderful borlotti grown by Greengrow coop in the Waveney Valley.
20th • Yellow Pea Fritters
3rd • Millers Voice: Part 1
Hodmedod miller Keith explains how the age of your flour effects your baking. Browse our range of stoneground wholemeal flours...
3rd • Vegan Lentil Lasagne
1st • Grow Beans!
Susan Young's superb new guide Growing Beans is out today! We'll throw in a free Hodmedod gift voucher too.
6th • Epiphany - Fava beans, king cake and the lord of misrule
Fava beans have a surprising connection to Christmas and pre-Christian midwinter festivals.
3rd • Happy New Chia! South American staple grown in Essex
Andrew and Peter Fairs’ delicious 2021 harvest British chia seeds (as seen on Channel 4s Food Unwrapped) are all packed up and ready for sale. In the next month or so we’ll be adding and organic version grown at Shimpling Farm in Suffolk.