Fruit and Sprouted Grains


It’s time to start preparing for Bithell Farm’s spring fruit & seafood order! Watch for the order information, it will be published this week!

Many of us like Ezekiel Bread from Food for Life, I found this instructional blog post today about making your own sprouted grain flour. With a little added ingredients you could make a multi-grain sprouted flour with this recipe! Here’s the “why” for sprouting grains:

“… that is where sprouted flour comes in! By sprouting the wheat berries, you are reducing the anti-nutrients in the wheat, allowing it to be digested easily. Then after drying and grinding, the sprouted flour can be substituted 1:1 for regular flour in recipes. No planning ahead required. Plus, making it at home is much more cost effective that buying it in the store.”

It’s worth a try!

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