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The Kitchen Mill and Whole Wheat Bread that you just can't get enough of? You Bet!

Shelf Reliance Mom: The Kitchen Mill and Whole Wheat Bread that you just can't get enough of? You Bet!

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The Kitchen Mill and Whole Wheat Bread that you just can't get enough of? You Bet!


Day 7- of the 30 Days of Faves



This baby is the Kitchen Mill Wheat Grinder.  I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!  I use it once a month and grind up a bunch of wheat at once, then freeze the wheat in freezer bags to keep those healthy oils fresh.  For anyone who loves fresh, healthy, straight from the source food, this is a dream.  You simply pour wheat in at the top, flip the switch to how fine you want the flour and let it work its magic.  There are a lot of grinders out there that you have to clean a certain way because of the natural oils in wheat corrode the parts, but not so with this one.  If you are new to the idea of wheat flour, you might be surprised to know that white flour comes from the same grain, it is just wheat flour stripped of all of the healthy nutrients so it is a cheaper alternative for companies for use in their products.  To learn more about the differences between white and wheat flour you can visit this site.

I will be doing some video clips for YouTube over the next few days for recipes that I use because I have this awesome tool.  I love that I was able to earn it for half price, and you can too-just ask how!  If you are someone who has tons of wheat for food storage without a clue of how to use them, stay tuned and I will help you learn how.  We'll start with this recipe for today!

Below is my favorite 100% Whole Wheat Bread recipe that I make in my bread machine a couple times each week.  This is perfect for all of you out there who feel like you don't know how to make bread or don't think you have the time, but would love bread with out all of the yucky preservatives.  This came from my Breadman Recipe Manual.

100% Whole Wheat Bread 1 Lb Loaf
1 Egg, room temperature plus enough water to equal  3/4 c
2 T Oil
2 TSugar
1 t Salt
2 1/4 c Whole Wheat Flour
1 T Vital Wheat Gluten
1 1/2 t Active Dry Yeast
or 1 t Bread Machine/Quick Rise Yeast

100% Whole Wheat Bread 1.5 Lb Loaf
1 Egg, room temperature plus enough water to equal  1 c
3 T Oil
3 T Sugar
1 1/2 t Salt
3 Whole Wheat Flour
1 1/2 T Vital Wheat Gluten
2 t Active Dry Yeast
or 1 1/4 Bread Machine/Quick Rise Yeast

100% Whole Wheat Bread 2 Lb Loaf
1 Egg, room temperature plus enough water to equal  1 1/3 c
1/4 c Oil
1/4 c Sugar
2 t Salt
4 c Whole Wheat Flour
2 T Vital Wheat Gluten
1 1/2 t Active Dry Yeast
or Bread Machine/Quick Rise Yeast



Note: I do the 2 lb loaf and I also add 1 t of dough enhancer.  Many people say that wheat bread turns out dense for them.  Gluten and dough enhancer are the magic that make your bread fluffy and moist.  To learn more about why these are important you can go to this independent site.




Not ready to make the plunge for an electric wheat grinder or are you looking for one that you can use in case there was an emergency and you had 0 electricity....here's an alternative, the Grain Mill Wheat Grinder.  Please note that anyone who has used a manual wheat grinder can attest to the fact that they are a lot more work.

If you like this post, you might also like Artisan Bread in 5 minutes.

To get this or any other product at rock bottom prices that even Costco can't beat, please email me with the subject line saying Shelf Reliance Discount Page or visit www.shelfreliancemom.shelfreliance.com/home.

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2 Comments:

At June 8, 2011 at 8:12 AM , Blogger Jan Hatchett said...

Wow! That looks really interesting. I am definitely a thrifty mom and I love to bake for my family, although I haven't done much of it lately.

Jan
www.janhatchett.com

 
At June 10, 2011 at 7:11 AM , Blogger Tiffany Daumueller said...

Thanks Jan. I truly appreciate the wonderful flavor fresh flour provides. Thanks for stopping by.

 

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