Flour Power: A Guide to Modern Home Grain Milling

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Jermar Press, 2004 - Cooking - 265 pages
3 Reviews
The only book written on modern home grain milling. This book manages to present a technical topic in a fascinating and entertaining way. Unusually detailed and littered with historical tidbits. Includes mill selection criteria, an education on bread wheats, secrets for making deliciously light whole meal breads, and purchasing contacts for dozens of grain mills, plus oat rollers and bread wheats.

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User Review  - Andrew Frueh - Goodreads

Includes high-level information on a variety of subjects ranging from nutrition to disease prevention to grain milling. Unfortunately with such a wide focus, I felt like the level of information ... Read full review

Review: Flour Power: A Guide to Modern Home Grain Milling

User Review  - Joy Weese Moll - Goodreads

This book argues that with the advent of modern bread machines and grain mills, every one can make their own bread from freshly ground whole grains. I learned from this book that when I buy whole ... Read full review

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