Taking the time to mill grains.
I have heard it before from people who think that it is so 'old school' and time consuming to mill their own flour from grain at home. The truth is it is not at all time consuming and the benefits outweigh the other option of buying 'dead' flour and having it sit on a shelf.
The order in which I mill grains or work on a recipe may have something to do with how easy it seems to me.
Fist, I measure the whole grains that I need and place it in my mill.
Then I turn on the mill as I gather the remaining ingredients to the kitchen counter.
By the time I have the ingredients on the counter and maybe gotten out the measuring cups/spoons for the recipe, the mill has stopped and it's time to assemble.
Whole grains taste fresher, store longer, far exceed in health benefits, and are just as simple to use as dead flour in a bag. So now that there is no excuse about taking the time to mill grains, go ahead and enjoy Â the benefits!