Archive | November, 2006

Are grains really healthy?

  Are you like me and have a hard time with eating beans and grains, despite the fact theyre supposed to be healthy? Do you gain fat when you eat even 'non-refined' healthy carbs like brown rice? I did -- until recently. Heres your mid-week tip: Soak all grains and legumes for 24 hours prior […] Read more
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Our local Co-op Deliveries

Miller's Grain House  Organic Bulk Co-op Reminder               Greetings! This is the final reminder of the year!    If you live outside our delivery area - contact us via email (donna@millersgrainhouse.com) for a price list and once the order is compiled, we will figure shipping costs If you live in our Read more
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Whole grains can help womens problems

  Human beings are natural grain eaters. We have all heard the phrase; 'Bread is the staff of life.'But over the last few generations we have moved from whole grain to highly processed and very inferior flours in sliced white bread, pies, puddings, biscuits, cakes and cookies - not to mention pasta and pizza bases! […] Read more
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Best Recipes: Rum Raisin Cheesecake

For those who visit my site looking for specific information on organic wheat, grains and oats, I'm deviating slightly from the norm so please forgive me. When I saw this recipe, I had to include it. I certainly suggest that you use flour that you ground from your grain mill, and of course, organic oats. […] Read more
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Weight Loss – White Bread vs. Wheat Bread

For any kid who grew up eating doughy, thick Wonder Bread for lunch, the encouragement by dietitians and nutritionists to switch to whole wheat bread can be a tough transition. Bread, like any other part of our diet, is an acquired taste. Starting out early helps since children are much more adaptable to accepting foods […] Read more
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White Bread vs Whole Wheat – Any Questions?

For any kid who grew up eating doughy, thick Wonder Bread for lunch, the encouragement by dietitians and nutritionists to switch to whole wheat bread can be a tough transition. Bread, like any other part of our diet, is an acquired taste. Starting out early helps since children are much more adaptable to accepting foods […] Read more
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Whole Grain Cobbler

Whole grain cobbler is one of the easiest ways to add whole grains into your family's diet. Use the recipe below to top any fruit or pie filling your family enjoys.  Top with ice cream or whipped topping and you have a fresh and light dessert with the benefits of whole grain goodness and they […] Read more
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Healthy Whole Grains and Your Diet

What whole grains are? The first federal definition can help you to find out whether your favorite cereal, crackers, pasta and everyday bread are whole-grain. Eric Hentges, executive director of the U.S. Department of Agricultures Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion states that almost a half of Americans never consume a whole grain and that Read more
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Hide the whole grain!!

It may seem strange to some people who are used to using whole grains, but there really are people who are squeamish about eating whole grains. Yes, to them they think you will be chewing tree bark or swallowing saw dust. But there is hope if you wish to introduce those whole grains to your […] Read more
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