nutrients that are lost or compromised in store-bought flour. It only takes an extra minute to throw the grain in the mill before starting the breadmaker, bringing our total time for breadmaking up to about 15 minutes a week.
After tasting such delicious bread (and watching Bread Beckers' 'Getting Started' video), we were inspired to try all sorts of other baked goods. Here's a list of what we've made in just two weeks:
whole wheat bread
braided whole wheat bread
whole wheat / rye bread
whole wheat / kamut bread
whole wheat brownies
black bean / brown rice brownies
Check out all the grains we can mill right at home in our NutriMill:
|*You don't have to buy grains in bulk, |
but it's cheaper in the long run, with the added
convenience of not running out of grain so quickly.
Bonus: look for a bread maker at Goodwill.
We've found them for only $8, like new!