Some ideas for using our Hard Red Winter Wheat:
Well, you could use a home mill, blender, or coffee grinder to grind the grain into whole wheat flour (we have some available for sale, ground to order). Then you could make this delicious recipe:
No grinder? No problem. Follow the links below to try out some of our favorite (i.e. easiest & most delicious) ways to use the whole grain, or wheat berry:
SPROUTING & SOAKING WHEAT
Soaking or sprouting changes the texture and flavor of the grain, and some folks say it increases nutrient availability and digestibility.
Check out this Locavore Gal’s blog entry about her breakfast of cooked wheat berries with hot milk, honey, and berries.
Dahlia – Indian Wheat Porridge
This recipe is made with cracked wheat, and it’s a savory traditional Indian breakfast dish.
Green City Gumbo, created by Kitt Healy of the Green City Market, is served over a bed of cooked wheat berries.
BREADS AND DESSERTS:
Lori, a customer who buys from us at the Glenwood Sunday Market, recommends this recipe – it uses only whole wheat flour and is still delicious!
For more ideas, check out Seven Ways to use Wheat Berries Without a Grinder
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