White Flour Warning

Because of the connection between white flour and diabetes and other health problems, I try to use mostly whole-grain flours in my kitchen.

I do NOT purchase wheat flour at the store, however, because store-bought wheat flour is radiated and chemically treated to keep it from spoiling.

Instead, I grind fresh wheat at home, then freeze any leftover flour to keep it from spoiling. With a grinder like the one demonstrated in the video below, you can also grind oats, spelt, kamut, rice, corn, or other grains–even beans!–to give a little variety to your baking!

Watch this video to see how easy it can be:

You can purchase whole grains for your kitchen at any local health food store or famer’s cooperative. You can also buy them online at these sites:

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