My family loves white bread (dislikes wheat bread) and wondering if I can get my homemade bread a little more airy like instead of a more dense bread..I'm wondering if I can use the VWG in my white bread flour instead of the whole wheat flour? TIA..
25 January 2012 Flour. Whole Wheat and Soy Bean Flour made in blender, 25 January 2012 Flour. Whole Wheat and Soy Bean Flour made in blender
After pursing the various expensive flour mills being offered for sale, I decided to use my home blender to make wheat and soy flour. Flour mills had...
Whole Wheat Chocolate Honey Banana Muffins
Recipe DescriptionA not so 'in your face sweet' banana muffin recipe using whole wheat flour and honey to sweeten them.
Moist and flavourful 'healthy' muffins :) Preparation Steps:Preheat oven to 325*F
Grease or line muffin pans and...
I freeze my flour for about 72 hours before putting it into storage with a couple bay leaves.
What about the whole wheat (unmilled)? I buy it in 1-lb sealed plastic bags, so far I've just been leaving them in their original packaging and storing them. I'd rather not open the sealed package to...
I think this are supposed to be a wheat thins cracker. We don't buy wheat thins because my kids have some kinda wheat allergy/celiac thingy so I adapted this recipe to be gluten free. These were really good, and just slightly sweet. I bet they'd go great with a dip. I might try to reduce the...
with the way it looks I need to look into buying wheat berries for long term storage as will as a grinder..Is there alot of you that grind your own wheat? I only buy all purpose flour..I really don't care for whole wheat flour but will do what I have to do..KWIM..
Honey Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins
Makes 12 sandwich thins
From the Kitchen of Joe Valencic
10 oz. unbleached bread flour
5 oz. Stone ground whole wheat flour
.3 oz. Salt
.15 oz. Instant yeast
1.05 oz. Honey
.75 oz. Butter
2.0 oz. Milk
6.3 oz. Filtered water
Besides topping cereal, yogurt, and mixed in veggie burgers, how else can you use up this little gem?
My mom never let me leave the house with just a cold bowl of cereal, unless it had wheat germ in it. :)
I have a jar and need to use it up.
We have eaten 100% whole wheat bread all the children's life and most of our married life.
Today I had to buy Wheat bread not 100% whole wheat bread as the store was really low on things from the snow storm.
Hubby spies the wheat bread in the bread box. He picks it up like it was contaminated...
I'm looking for a recipe for Whole Wheat bread that will be soft enough for my kids' PB&J sandwiches. I'd prefer it to be 100% whole wheat, but would add some white flour if necessary to get the texture I'm looking for.
Does anyone have a recipe they'd care to share? I don't have a bread...
I really want to make this, but I don't have a cast iron pot with a lid. I do have a a stoneware bowl with a stoneware pan that doubles as a lid. Do you think I can use that instead?
No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread | Leite's Culinaria
Wheat Meat is also called gluten, fake meat, or seitan, but it's all the same thing.
Meat prices are supposed to be going up because more corn is being used for ethanol, so feed corn is more expensive, which will increase the price of meat.
You can use gluten as a high-protein meat...
DH and I talked it over and we agreed to get an electric wheat mill. He did want me to look around and see if I could find something a little cheaper than the NutriMill. I looked around and found a VitalMill. It looked like it was made from the same company as NutriMill but without all the...
I am really entertaining the thought of grinding my own wheat. Are the $20ish hand grinders any good? I don't really want a loud machine -- I won't even buy an electric can opener. Plus, if power went out I could still operate it. Any thoughts?!?
Whole Wheat Peanut Butter Cookies
Recipe DescriptionHealthier twist on peanut butter cookies using rolled oats and brown sugar blend splenda. Preparation Steps:Let margarine sit out at room temp to soften.
Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Level of Difficulty:Easy Time...
In one of our grainlady threads where wheat is discussed there was mention of one sort of wheat being a bit better to use for bread making, etc.
At the market yesterday there was the choice hard red & hard white. I was thinking it was the white that was recommended over the red. I sure hope so...
Grainlady - or anyone else. Have you tried anything like this?
I did years ago, baked it in a cloche(?) in the oven...turned out pretty good...great with soups or stews.