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Five Unique Flours Made From Alternative Sources

Five Unique Flours Made From Alternative Sources

Learn how you can make five unique flours from alternative sources. Wheat has been the primary grain of choice for more than a century for making flour that is used for baking. The main reason is that it possesses the most preferred characteristics including texture and density. It is also one of the most plentiful of all of the crops being planted throughout the world. However, when it comes to being self-sufficient these days it is extremely important to have a “Plan B” in the event that your wheat stores run low.


Five Unique Flours Made From Alternative Sources
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Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour

Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour

This collection of homesteading plants you can grind into edible flour brings a variety of nutrients into your family’s diet, frugally expands your food pantry contents and develops wild food foraging skills. The homesteader also included information on how locate the Amaranth, Acorns, Rye grass and Cattails and the method of how to grind into…Continue Reading