When crunching noises are coming from your closet, you know that’s a BAAAAAD sign.
If you are buying your wheat from a local mill, make sure you are getting the right type of grain. The wrong choice could prove to be deadly.
Getting into my food storage… learning how to grind those wheat berries and use that whole wheat flour to make wholesome home baked goodies!
What’s the difference between bread flour and all purpose flour? Can I substitute all purpose for bread flour? And how can I make my own bread flour? Here are some helpful answers…
Now that you know what wheat berries are, and how to use them, it’s time to go out and buy some so that you can make your own fresh flour at home! Here’s where to go to find wheat in your area.
My first experience grinding wheat, what I learned, and some fresh whole wheat recipes I look forward to using!
My first peak at wheat berries, and a step-by-step on how to store them.
Our first trip to buy wheat berries from the mill, and a conversation with a very interesting fellow.