Friday, 3 June 2016

Milling Grain at Home - What's the Big Deal?

Do not be fooled by the "Enriched" label on flours. While commercial processors attempt to restore the vitamins lost in the removal of the grain's germ, the vitamins B1, B2, Niacin and Iron added fail as worthy substitutes to the natural vitamins and oils lost in flours. Make sure you provide the best possible quality in flours and bread for your family.
What's the big deal with milling grain in your own home? The answer to this question could be two-fold.
We've heard it been said time and time again that bleached flour is bad for our bodies and should avoid consuming such bread with enriched bleached flours. A large majority of the bread that we buy and consume include the unwanted and negative ingredients, which we should be avoiding (i.e. bleached flour, corn syrup and for those with allergies, gluten; just to name a few).
Not too much will change in how you use flours to make the bread, desserts, cereals, etc. that you love to enjoy. Instead of purchasing a large amount of flour from the store at once, you simply mill what you need at the time. Grain mills are effortless, simple to use and require very little of your time to produce the flour needed to ensure quality and health benefits that come from milling at home.
Even when we find quality bread and flours that come without such ingredients, reality is that we do not receive the healthy vitamins that our bodies need from the flours and bread that we eat. Most of the essential vitamins and oils are lost when flour is commercially processed.

There really is no big deal to home-milling, when you consider the amount of time and effort it takes you to ensure that you and your family receive the best possible vitamins from the grain mill reviews, flours, bread you put in your bodies. The process is neither complicated nor difficult.


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