Archive | March, 2008

Home-made, wholesome, portable High Protein Granola Bars!

It's been rainy. It's been too cold to be spring. It's made me stay in the kitchen. Now THAT is a GOOD thing! When I get antsy to get outside, and I can't, I experiment with food! So while I was making my usual home-made granola (with dates, almonds, oats, etc) that we eat for […] Read more
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Eat whole grains for colon health.

Eating whole grains for the health of your colon may seem like old news. To be sure, we have heard this for a while now. So why restate old news? I do it to give the chance for not just information but motivation to add whole grains to our diets. Did you know that the […] Read more
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Home Milling to deal with gluten intolerance.

Seems that many people wonder why someone would choose home milling as a life style and dietary choice. To some people, milling at home is just one more step in the baking or cooking process. It is more than that to me. I was diagnosed with gluten sensitivity in the end of 2002 and was […] Read more
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Rising cost of a bushel of wheat increases bread price.

Not long ago a bushel of wheat grains cost $3.50 United States Dollars. As of today's post, the quote for trading wheat is $12.28 USD per bushel. The expected market trend is that in May of 2008, a bushel of wheat will be approximately $16.00 USD a bushel. This will soon show up more and […] Read more
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Whole wheat prices are on the rise!

Wheat prices have risen. Get your order in for Whole Wheat and Grains before the prices go up further. Visit our store at Millers Grain House.com. Read more
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The endosperm is all that’s left for nutrition.

So what nutrients are left in a bag of flour that has been sitting on the shelf? We can take into consideration the fact that we know from what has been removed, it is NOT 100% of the nutrients as if the whole kernel were consumed.The inner part of a wheat kernel known as the 'endosperm' consists […] Read more
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Nutrients Missing from ‘dead’ bagged flour

In a previous article below titled, "Removing fiber and bran from whole grains", I went into detail on only ONE of the missing nutrients in 'dead' bagged flour. The Bran/Fiber was the focus and the percentage of the whole grain's nutrition that is removed when the bran or fiber is removed. That was simply ONE […] Read more
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