Archive | May, 2007

Honey -vs- Sugar in baking with whole wheat.

If I had a dime for every sad loaf of bread I made when I was first learning to bake freshly milled whole wheat yeast bread - I would have enough money to put my son though college this year! It was these trials and errors that lead me to writing Tips #10- #13 which […] Read more
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Using the Beans and Grains in Ezekiel flour

Here's another great tip to Milling Grain. Most vegetarians know that combining a legume (bean) and whole grain make a complete amino acid (protein). Most frugal and starving artists know that beans and rice is a good hearty meal for pennies. Most Southerners know that pintos and a grain (cornbread or rice) can cook all […] Read more
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Different Grains differ in use – even wheat types

Well, it doesnt take a rocket scientist to realize that you cant make wheat bread out of corn meal. But it can be confusing to know just what type of grains work best for what type of recipe. I hope these tips will help you to begin sorting out some differences among grains - even […] Read more
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Weather effects freshly milled grains

In my house, winter is usually my best time to bake my best yeast breads. I dont know if its the fire in the fireplace, the overly toasty house or just the dry heat from the heaters, but the loaf crowns best of all during that season of the year! Look at some of our […] Read more
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Milling Corn

There are so many recipes that cornmeal plays a vital role. From Mexican dishes and puddings to Southern Cornbread this gold nugget has many uses. Milling dried corn kernels takes some bravery but the many uses are a wonderful payoff. When milling corn, one thing I learned was that the grain is bulky and it […] Read more
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Milling Fresh Whole Grains : The Waist Not Want Not War (Part Two)

More Tips to Milling and Cooking with Fresh Whole Grains... More and more people are looking at ways to stretch their budget and still provide wholesome, healthy food for their families. In some of my other tips I've discussed the benefits of using whole grain for the longevity of storage as well as the nutritional […] Read more
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Some Grain tips to help you quit wasting

I'm starting a new series that focuses on how to save money, and cut down on any wasteful habits. By the way, if you need Organically grown Whole Grains, Oats, Beans, rice or milling supplies, be sure to come by and see us at: http://www.grainmiller.com. We offer excellent Co-op prices on Whole grains and Milling […] Read more
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