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For all of you who are storing bulk wheat, here is a handy recipe. You can make gluten which is a meat substitute. The whole kernel contains starch and protein which can be separated after the wheat is ground into …Read More...
It seems like everyday as I read blogs I see questions about why store whole wheat. When I first started storing food in the mid 1960’s about the only guidelines around were the ones put out by the LDS Church. …Read More...
Every day I learn something that helps me with my prepping. Yesterday I learned not to jump to conclusions to soon. The wheat berries I talked about in yesterdays post started to sprout the hulls broke open on many of …Read More...
Wheat is one of the easiest and cheapest foods to store. It provides lots of calories and good nutrients. If you are gluten intolerant, you will want to store different types of grains. Under the right conditions, wheat stores well …Read More...
Two simple breakfast recipes that are easy to make in a solar oven. Here is a recipe for making a cereal similar to grape nuts. This recipe makes about five cups of cereal. Take six cups of whole-wheat flour, one …Read More...
Today’s post is from the University of Utah, it shows various methods for insect control in wheat berries packaged for long-term storage. The table below shows their recommendations.Read More...
Wheat has been the primary long-term storage gain in for many years. It is a excellent choice, however I feel that there are many other grains that can be used for additional nutrition and variety. Among them are spelt, millet, …Read More...
- Two and a half cups of wheat equals 1 lb.
- One and a half cups of wheat will make two and a half cups of flour.
- One cup of wheat will