wheat

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  1. slim05

    slim05
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    Ok laugh all you want but want are people plans with wheat? it just seems to me like everyone is storing this in bulk. I can not find any thing to make out of it with out having eggs and ect like i said :laugh: all you want but clue me in.
     
  2. cpy911

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    I have a mill and grind it up to make wheat flour. Use it whenever it calls for "white" flour in making bread, cookies, pancakes, biscuits, etc, etc.
     
  3. The Cheese

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    need eggs? get powdered ones from honeyville grain. I use them in my bread (grind the wheat myself), waffles, brownies but it makes them less dense, even made french toast using them. Making bread yourself aint hard, just a bit time consuming. I think rice is a bit better for folks that are a bit turned off by all the work that goes into using wheat in cooking. Plus its easier to make rice than a loaf of bread, and you can portion it out so that you don't have waste thus you negate the bread storage issues and limited shelf life.
     
  4. EZLivin

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    Sourdough bread (flour, salt, water, sourdough starter). If it looked like things were going to get seriously uncomfortable we would get some chickens though.
     
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  6. slim05

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