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Here's my dilema.....we have started putting away whole wheat and then as I read recipes they say you can't just cook with wheat flour you also need white flour. hmmm , so, I can't grind and make white flour so we started buying bags of white flour. Grain lasts much much longer than flour...
I heard that soaking wheatberries over night in water eliminates the dangers of them expanding or not soaking up nutrients. Just to double check, I looked online and the consesus was that they're safe. Just thought I'd ask if anyone tried it hear or not? Great resources for stockpiling!
Our own little experiment with winter wheat. Our experiments in the past have never made it this far (knock on wood). Wild critters or two legged critters :gaah: have always trashed it before now.
So this year when we turned the garden, we kept a small patch to see how it goes. (Winter wheat...
I want to move on to the next level of wheat storage and keep a lot of wheat in mylar bags stored in a 4'X4'X4' "ice chest". I have heard that wheat generates heat and should be allowed to cool.
Anybody have any information on why we should not pack it tight?
I am sure this is answered somewhere but I cant find it. I am purchasing different wheat berries, corn and beans for storage. My question is. I got buckets from a local bakery and they have a cake smell, peanut butter smell, etc. I washed, I baked in sun, nothing gets the smell out. I dont want...
I've been grinding hard white wheat berries to make bread for several years. I just got in some soft white wheat berries. Evidently the ground flour from the soft white berries needs extra moisture in the recipes and I just can't figure out the increase.
I tried to make flour tortillas...
I went to a local feed store and bought 200 lbs of wheat that is sold for animals just to experiment with, I even called their comsumer dept for any info that wasn't on the bag. they told me that theirs wasn't processed for humans(which I already knew) but there was no pesticides or herbicides...
I'm just getting on board with really trying to stock up my everyday foods to build a good stockpile. I figure it's better than buying 50# buckets of "food" from warehouse retailers when I have no idea if me or my family will eat it.
Admittedly, I'm not much of a cook, but every time I see a...