Grains and Freshly Milled Flour
Learn how to make freshly milled flour for baking!
Don't get stuck using only white flour! Elevate your bread baking with the flavor and nutrition of fresh milled wholegrains.🌾 It's easier than you think to make flour at home with a small countertop mill. Visit the link to my thorough guide for beginners!
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Instant Pot Steel Cut Oats Healthy Breakfast Recipe
For an easy and hands-off healthy breakfast recipe, make steel cut oats in the instant pot (electric pressure cooker)! The oatmeal comes out perfect every time! I'll also teach you how to freeze steel cut oats for quick breakfasts later.
Freshly Milled Flour: What You Should Know
A simple and thorough guide to grinding and using fresh milled flour. What you'll learn: 1. Is milling your own flour healthier? 2. Is milling your own flour at home worth it? 3. Common grains to mill and their uses in baking 4. Where to buy whole grains for milling into flour 5. Choosing a grain mill 6. How to grind wheat into flour with a stone mill grinder (Mockmill 200) 7. Sifting (bolting) home milled flour 8. Storing whole grains and milled flour 9. Tips for baking with fresh milled flour
Buttermilk Spelt Waffles with Home Milled Flour
Healthy buttermilk spelt waffles are surprisingly light and crisp for a 100% wholegrain waffles recipe. Sweet and nutty spelt flour is the star of the show. You can purchase the spelt flour or mill it fresh right at home, and the batter is quick to put together.
Milling Flour at Home: A Beginner's Guide
Learn the ins and outs of milling flour at home. We’ll go over the pros and cons, using a small stone grain mill, buying and storing grain, and tips for baking with fresh flour. You may be surprised just how much flavor, variety, and nutrition freshly milled flour can bring to your home-baked goods!