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Barnyard Millet Flour – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

100.00
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Gluten free and fiber rich barnyard millet flour is also called as Siri Dhanya flour by Dr. Khadar Vali who did a great research on food for the sake of society.

Barnyard millet is cultivated in natural way in own farm lands of “24 Farms” and also sourced from the rural farmers of tribal areas in AP, Odissa and Assam States. Barnyard millet is also called as Jhangora, Sanwa, Kuthiravali, Udalu, Kodisama, Oodalu, Kavadapullu, Swank, Shyama, Khira.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

37 in stock

100.00Add to cart

Brown Top Millet Flour – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

95.00
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Gluten free and fiber rich millet flour is also called as Siri Dhanya flour by Dr. Khadar Vali who did a great research on food for the sake of society.

Brown Top millet is cultivated in natural way in own farm lands of “24 Farms” and also sourced from the rural farmers of tribal areas in AP, Odissa and Assam States. Brown Top millet is also called as Korale

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

40 in stock

95.00Add to cart

Finger Millet Dosa Mix – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

120.00
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Finger millet or Ragi Dosa Mix Flour is home made at 24 Farms.

Ingredients:
Finger Millet Dosa Mix Flour is made out of unpolished finger millets, Black Gram, Bengal Gram and Fenugreek seeds.

Dosa Making Procedure:
1) Take one glass of dosa mix flour into a vessel
2) Pour one glass (same glass size of above) of water or little more into the vessel
3) Mix it until it gets paste form
4) Soak it for 8 hours. This will convert into batter.
5) Add salt to the batter as per your requirement and taste
6) Follow the normal dosa making process to get delicious taste.
7) You can also use buttermilk instead of water to prepare the batter

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

39 in stock

120.00Add to cart

Finger Millet Flour – Ragi Pindi – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

55.00
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More Natural Than Organic: Fiber rich and gluten free Whole Finger Millet flour – Ragi pindi from 24 Farms

India’s finger millet is commonly called by various names like ragi (in Kannada, Telugu, and Hindi), also Mandua/Mangal in Hindi, Kodra (Himachal Pradesh), Mandia (Oriya), Taidalu (in Telangana region), Kezhvaragu in Tamiletc.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

29 in stock

55.00Add to cart

Foxtail Millet Dosa Mix – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

120.00
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Foxtail millet or Korra Dosa Mix Flour is home made at 24 Farms.

Ingredients:
Foxtail Millet Dosa Mix Flour is made out of unpolished foxtail millets, Black Gram, Bengal Gram and Fenugreek seeds.

Dosa Making Procedure:
1) Take one glass of dosa mix flour into a vessel
2) Pour one glass (same glass size of above) of water or little more into the vessel
3) Mix it until it gets paste form
4) Soak it for 8 hours. This will convert into batter.
5) Add salt to the batter as per your requirement and taste
6) Follow the normal dosa making process to get delicious taste.
7) You can also use buttermilk instead of water to prepare the batter

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

32 in stock

120.00Add to cart

Foxtail Millet Flour – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

77.00
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Gluten free and fiber rich foxtail millet flour is also called as Siri Dhanya flour by Dr. Khadar Vali who did a great research on food for the sake of society.

Foxtail millet is cultivated in natural way in own farm lands of “24 Farms” and also sourced from the rural farmers of tribal areas in AP, Odissa and Assam States. Foxtail millet is also called as phoksatel baajara, thinai, kirra, thinna, navane and kangni.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

36 in stock

77.00Add to cart

Jowar Millet Flour – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

55.00
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Jowar (Sorghum, Jonnalu) millet is cultivated in own farm land of 24 Farms using natural cultivation practices. This is found to have many good things due to the presence of protein, calcium, copper, zinc, phosphorous and potassium. Seeds are crushed to make the flour.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

45 in stock

55.00Add to cart

Kodo Millet Flour – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

83.00
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Gluten free and fiber rich kodo millet flour is also called as Siri Dhanya flour by Dr. Khadar Vali who did a great research on food for the sake of society.

Kodo millet is cultivated in natural way in own farm lands of “24 Farms” and also sourced from the rural farmers of tribal areas in AP, Odissa and Assam States. Kodo millet is also called as Koden, Kodra, Varagu, Arikelu, Arika, Harka, Koovaragu, Kodra, Kodra, Kodra, Kodo and Kodua.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

39 in stock

83.00Add to cart

Little Millet Flour – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

89.00
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Gluten free and fiber rich little millet flour is also called as Siri Dhanya flour by Dr. Khadar Vali who did a great research on food for the sake of society.

Little millet is cultivated in natural way in own farm lands of “24 Farms” and also sourced from the rural farmers of tribal areas in AP, Odissa and Assam States. Little millet is also called as kutki, Shavan, Saamai, Sama, Samalu, Saame, Save, Chama, Sava, Halvi, Vari, Swank, Gajro, Kuri, Sama and Suan.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

37 in stock

89.00Add to cart

Multi Millet Idly Mix – Natural and Unpolished: 500g

120.00
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Multi millet Idly Mix Flour is home made at 24 Farms.

Ingredients:
1) All Five Siridhanya – Foxtail, Browntop, Kodo, Barnyard and little millet.
2) Pearl Millets, Jowar Millets, Finger Millets
3) Soya Beans
4) Raw Paddy Rice
5) Black Gram

Idly Making Procedure:
1) Take one glass of idly mix flour into a vessel
2) Pour one glass (same glass size of above) of water or little more into the vessel
3) Mix it until it gets paste form
4) Soak it for 8 hours. This will convert into batter.
5) Add salt to the batter as per your requirement and taste
6) Follow the normal idly making procedure to get delicious taste.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

27 in stock

120.00Add to cart

Pearl Bajra Sajja Millet Flour : 500g

55.00

Pearl Bajra Sajja Millet Flour : 500g

55.00
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India’s Bajra or Pearl millet flour is found to have many good contents due to the presence of Protein, Fiber, Minerals, Iron and Calcium.

Pearl Millet Flour in Food:
Pearl millet flour can be used to make porridge, dosa, roti and sweet.

Product Net Weight: 500 Grams

46 in stock

55.00Add to cart

24 Farms

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