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Eat Whole Grains for Healthy Benefits

Your diet plan needs to consist of meals like oatmeal, potatoes, yams, brown rice and whole grains; these assistance you get the correct bodybuilding carbohydrates since they consist of all-natural, unrefined carbohydrates. When they are part of a square meal, these meals will certainly have a minimal effect on blood glucose level degrees since Read more
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Whole Wheat or grain Bread vs White Bread – Which Should You Consume?

A person needs to have nutritious diet made upping of fresh fruits vegetables and dried out fruits. Starchy meals making up rice, cereals, potatoes and whole wheat or grain bread. The oily meals, sour buttermilk, spices and spices ought to be stopped from usage. While we perform the subject of bread, let us stress the […] Read more

Exactly how Are Whole Grains Different From Enriched Grains

White or fine-tuned grains are lighter in shade compared to entire grains since the dark, outer layer of wheat bran has been gotten rid of. Researchers know that white wheat is less healthy and balanced for us compared to entire grain wheat. \"The whiter the bread, the sooner you're dead\" is a well-liked claiming among […] Read more

Whole Grain Pancakes

Pancakes are an easy, fast and tasty breakfast, or even a nice late night dinner. When made with whole grains, these fluffy treats add the bonus of fiber and nutrition that is missing from a box-mix. Pancakes can be made with buckwheat (not a grain but a seed), oatmeal, cornmeal, wheat, Ezekiel Flour (for a […] Read more

New inventory of Organic Grains

We got another shipment of organic grains in today. Our inventory now includes: ORGANIC White Basmati Rice ORGRANIC Brown Basmati Rice ORGANIC Spelt ORGANIC Barley We still have a wide variety of Wheats - both organic and chemical free to choose from. Rice was back ordered for MANY weeks! We are happy to have some […] Read more
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Barley grain is for more than just soup or beer.

Although this is a truthfully delicious and nutritious grain, more than half of the barley grown in the US is used only for beer. Most of what remains is used for livestock. Finding whole organic barley outside of health food stores takes a little bit of effort. Often most "whole" versions will still be missing […] Read more
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Spelt, grain of the past, grain of the future.

Spelt, grain of the past, grain of the future. My scriptures had told me that wheat was created for the use of human kind. When I studied nutrition I had to start to question this belief, so many people have bad reactions to wheat. If God said wheat was for man, then there certainly shouldnt […] Read more
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Another Milling Tip … Olive Oil vs. Other oils

It was through trial and errors that lead me to writing Tips 10- 13 which are a medley of this vs. that. These tips are for a whole wheat loaf of bread using freshly milled four. Olive Oil Olive oil has a flavor. Most of the time it is mild and perfect for a loaf […] Read more
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Another Tip to Milling and Cooking with Fresh Whole Grains

Tip #11 - Olive Oil vs. Other oils It was through trial and errors that lead me to writing Tips 10- 13 which are a medley of this vs. that. These tips are for a whole wheat loaf of bread using freshly milled four. Olive Oil Olive oil has a flavor. Most of the time […] Read more
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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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