How America's Favorite Bread Flour Is Harvested, Milled and Packaged — Dan Does

On this episode of ‘Dan Does’, host Daniel Geneen visits a farm that King Arthur Flour sources from to see how wheat is harvested, and how the company mills, quality tests, and packages their product.

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Host: Daniel Geneen
Producer: Daniel Geneen
Director: Connor Reid, Daniel Geneen
Camera: Connor Reid, Michael Latchman
Editor: Michael Buell

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: Ian Stroud
Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù
Associate Producer: Julia Hess
Audience Development: Terri Ciccone, Frances Dumlao, Avery Dalal
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29 Replies to “How America's Favorite Bread Flour Is Harvested, Milled and Packaged — Dan Does”

  1. Matt Smith is the best Miller in the business. Didn’t know he was connected to this product. Good for panhandling milling to recruit him!

  2. He asked how do you know your bake test is good dude she knows what she doing come on

  3. I bet you if the backing lady stops eating gluten for a year, after you won't recognize her.

  4. Whatever you may think progress looks like — a rebounding stock market, a new house, a good raise — the governments of the world have long held the view that only one statistic, the measure of gross domestic product, can really show whether things seem to be getting better or getting worse.

  5. king arthur is such a great company to support! 100% employee owned, their recipes have never failed me, and they even have a baker hotline if you need help.

  6. I really enjoy this series!!! Dan is a fantastic host, I'm looking forward to many more adventures!!!!

  7. I love King Arthur. They're 100% employee-owned, which is great. I also remember with fond memories when they came to my school when I was in 5th grade and gave us a little bag of flour, so we could bake two loaves of bread: one to keep, and one to share. Plus, the bag of flour they gave us was way more than enough for two loaves of bread. II believe it's their bake for good program. There's also the fact that it's named after King Arthur, which is pretty cool. The king was supposed to rise when the world's need was greatest, which I guess in a way, happened. Go King Arthur!

  8. The most impressive thing said in the video was when the wheat farmer said it was an honor to produce the wheat. That's impressive.

  9. Hereford is only a few hour drive from me. It's been a few years since I've been down there

  10. Holy crap, did he say 2% of workers are farmers and that they feed the world??! Genuinely impressive!

  11. "how do you know you don't just suck at baking?"
    "well i always liked baking, and I think I'm pretty good at it"
    You know what, you go girl. I love that.

  12. Flour is the base of life ! Without it civilization would not exist, period! People (especially Keto maniacs -joke-) tend to forget it

    Cheers from San Diego California

  13. As a son of a farmer I very much appreciate you started at the right place! It starts at the field. Very cool. Nicely done.

  14. This is so cool. Hard work but must be so rewarding to see the results of what you grew go on to be consumed etc

  15. Това е причината, американската пшеница да е забранена в Европа. ГМО продуктите не са полезни за хората. Яжте си ги вие.

  16. I would buy several bags as wheat is going to get very hard to find and very expensive. Drought and fertilizer going up 800% in 1 year will make your baked items more expensive.

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