Do you know how many different types of wheat there are!? Here is a quick look at the types of wheat available, and what they are used for.
I brought home from the cannery a flyer for the Blendtec Home Kitchen Mill and the Marcato Marga Roller Mill. For those interested, you can see the flyer HERE.
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How to Cook and Use Whole Kernel Wheat an out-of-print pamphlet from Utah State University Extension Services, contains tips and recipes
There are as many ways to make wheat bread as there are bakers. Here are some versions we've collected over the years:
A Collection of Whole Wheat recipes - I believe from Magic Mill
Graham Crackers from the book "Deseret Recipes", available from the LDS Church Distribution Center for $7.00 (item # 33635000)
French Bread or Pizza Dough - with whole wheat flour
Golden Angel Food Cake - with whole wheat flour
Buttermilk Waffles - with whole wheat flour
Wheat Chips (sort of like wheat "potato chips"
Bulgar Poultry Casserole - for instructions to make bulgur see "Recipes for Using Wheat Without a Grinder"