Last week one of the moms hosted a bread class at her house. The lady who taught the class is a homeschool mom of eight who has been baking her own goods for seventeen years now. She owns a business called Sonrise Whole Grains in Oklahoma City where she sells grains, grain mills, baking supplies and cookbooks out of her home. I learned so much at the class & had a bake day this past Saturday to try out the recipes myself. They all turned out great & I plan to start making these fresh baked goods on a weekly basis.
Guess what all I got out of one bread recipe? Two small loaves of bread, two pizza crusts & a sheet of cinnamon rolls! If anyone is interested in the recipe let me know & I will post it. It calls for freshly ground whole wheat kernals so you would need to have that and a grain mill to grind it. There are so many great reasons to buy whole kernals. One is that they have a super long shelf life as opposed to wheat flour from the grocery store. Also, the nutrition value of freshly ground wheat is astounding. Here are pictures of my goodies. Like I said, if you are interested in more information on using fresh wheat, just ask & I would be glad to help you.