Kim on March 15th, 2012

I love my Wonder Mill Electric Whisper Mill . I’ve been using it for nearly 10 years now, and grinding beautiful fine flours for all of my baking.  Nothing beats using freshly ground warm wheat flour for a batch of homemade whole wheat bread.  The results are mouthwatering! Lately, I’ve been considering which manual grain mill to […]

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Kim on October 9th, 2010

I generally prefer waffles to pancakes, so I’ve been auditioning recipes to find a good, fluffy whole wheat one.  I think I’ve finally found a winner. This recipe from www.countrylivinggrainmills.com turns out lightweight, but crisp on the outside. My children cleaned their plates this morning without detecting the whole wheat. (I left a bag of Krusteaz […]

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Kim on May 27th, 2009

This comparison chart for hand and electric grain mills is really helpful.  I have a WonderMill that I love, but have been shopping for a hand grain mill to use in the event of a prolonged power outage. I was sold on the Country Living Grain Mill until I saw this list.  Now I am leaning toward the Wonder Junior because it […]

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Kim on April 24th, 2008

In the wake of wheat shortages, it appears rice is the next product to send us scurrying to stock up before potential price increases.  Our local new station had this report on Costco stores limiting the number of bags of rice that customers could purchase. Rice stores well in buckets, #10 cans or vacuum-sealed bags.  […]

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Kim on April 11th, 2008

Like many in our area, I have been actively researching the best prices for hard white wheat to complete my family’s storage supply before prices potentially increase.  This week the highest price in the area is $31.99 per 45 lb. bucket at Your Family Matters, and the lowest is $26 per bucket through Joseph’s Storehouse.  […]

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