Archive | April, 2007

I saved enough money to buy my Grain mill!

Tip #3 - You do WHAT? Why bother? - Part Three Now that you have triedthe previous tips and attempted to reason with friends and family that it is more healthy, and you can make a cheaper/healthier loaf of bread and that the storage life is longer, you may be, like I was, trying to […] Read more
Tags:

More Excellent Tips to Milling and Cooking with Organic Whole Grains

Here's a continuation of our previous post.. Tip #2 - You do WHAT? Why bother? - Part Two If you already read Part One of this tip, then you may or may not have peaked the curiosity of former nay-sayers. You may still need more explanation for why you are thinking of or currently milling […] Read more
Tags:

Why Bother Milling at Home?

This is Part-1 in why I believe it is very important to mill grains at home. There are many reasons I will talk about in future posts, but for this writing I'm only going to focus on two. First are the health benefits and second are the storage/cost effect benefits. In this tip we will […] Read more
Tags:

BEST Cheese Biscuits – They Rival Read Lobster’s!!

These are such a tasty treat to add to a semi-ho-hum meal (in our house that would be soup)! Also they work GREAT for taking to a pot luck or brunch as your contribution. FIRST if you don't have Buttermilk add 1 TBS of either lemon juice or vinegar to regular milk and let it […] Read more
Tags:

The Mother of Invention

Sandwiches are boring, soups don't make the grade as lunch food around our home too often and today I could not get excited about eating another wrap either. I had to get my creative juices flowing so.... I improvised a lunch. Whole grains are quite abundant in our home (Millers Grain House) so with a […] Read more
Tags:

Home made Organic Matzos

We made Matzos yesterday and delivered to a few friends.  This was my first attempt and they were so tasty that they didn't last too very long! They are made with freshly milled Organic Hard Red SPRING (high protien) Wheat, Organic Artisan (wheat/barley blend) Flour, Clover Honey, Egg, Extra Virgin Olive Oil (full flavored) and […] Read more
Tags: