Operation Use My Grain Mill — 16 Comments

  1. Wow! I have only made bread from scratch a handful of times – and here you are with a grain mill and non-commercial flour! I don’t know that I’ll ever start bread baking on a regular basis in my current kitchen… it’s a galley and I have two roommates. But if I do move to a bigger place with more space, baking bread will go back on the to-do list. Your bread looks lovely!

  2. I made some granola for Christmas and gave it as gifts to my daughter, our neighbors, and even my daughter-in-law. Everyone loved it. Really easy to make and delicious.

  3. I bake bread often and have toyed with the idea of a grain mill. I haven’t yet taken the plunge. I bet the difference in taste is amazing. Where do you buy your whole, unground wheat?

    • Whole Foods, so far. Michael Pollan’s Cooked reminded me that there are people growing heirloom wheat, so I want to investigate mail order sources for that.

  4. Wow, I’m so impressed! Making homemade bread is already something I admire others doing, but to grind your own flour! It sounds really delicious and wholesome.

  5. Impressive! Next step, growing your own wheat? (I would not be surprised, with all that you accomplish!) I just tried a new recipe this morning for breakfast, Orange-Pecan Skillet Millet, and it was delicious. I’ve been wanting to use more whole grains other than oats at breakfast. (Our kitchen has been gluten-free since Thanksgiving. I miss my husband’s homemade oatmeal bread! Yours looks delicious!)

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