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Victoria
Saturday, November 25, 2006, 3:33am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Does anyone have the name of that company that sells flour made from sprouted grains?



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Is this the company you were thinking of: Summers Sprouted Flour Co.?


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Thanks, Don.  That must be it.
This would be a good company for those people who want to bake their own bread products, but want to upgrade to sprouted grains only.



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Henriette, thanks for the tip to seive the whole grain spelt flour. If that is all that it takes to make it white, then we will certainly try it!
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well that is what the companies do here- so why not?
It is a messy job though and unless you have a VERY fine sieve your flour will still be a tiny bit more brown than normal flour - but it works fine in bread etc.
I have a normal sieve that I use first -and then we got a speciel flour sieve - for the second sieve
The poor chickens get the bran etc with boiling water over and flax seeds- so nothing is wasted.


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