Sunday, September 5, 2010

Wheat Storage

50 lbs of Wheat (white or red)
(If you can’t accomplish this in 1 week, don’t worry, just take your time and do it in baby steps.)
Hard Red Wheat
Hard White Wheat
Baby Steps:
  1. Choose location for storage
  2. Purchase containers (#10 Cans, Buckets, Jars, Bottles…) for wheat or purchase pre-packaged wheat.
  3. Purchase your wheat for containers.
  4. Fill and date your wheat containers. (Leave some extra wheat out in order to test it some recipes.)
10 Reasons to love Whole Wheat:
  1. It’s more nutritious, providing several more minerals, vitamins (18 more to be exact!), and natural photochemicals than white flour.
  2. Relax! It has More B Vitamins which are known to help with nerves & stress.
  3. Get cleaned out. Whole wheat provides more fiber, preventing constipation & diverticulosis. The American Dietetic Association recommends 20-35 grams daily, the average American consumes only 12 grams.
  4. Lose weight and keep it off! Whole wheat has a lot of fiber which has almost no calories, keeps you fuller for longer, absorbs 3x it’s weight in water, cuts absorption of calories, cleans out impurities, requires more chewing, and takes 1/2 as much to fill you up and takes longer to digest.
  5. Reduces your risk of colon cancer & other diseases.
  6. Lowers blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and risk of adult on set Diabetes.
  7. Cheaper! It will lower your food costs by at least 30% to 50%!
  8. Lowers doctor visits, bills, & medications.
  9. Lowers Dentist Bills by cutting down on tooth decay.
  10. Eating Whole Wheat keeps your body both emotionally and physically used to wheat.
If you’d like to learn more about Wheat Grinders before you make your purchase we have a great comparison chart. Click the image below to zoom in or Click here to download the PDF.
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Click on the images below to view all 52 weeks at once or the recipes to go with it, in a .jpg or download the 52 Week Food Purchasing Plan (PDF) or the Custom 52 Week Food Purchasing Plan (Excel file) and calculate exactly how much you’ll need for the size of your family.
weeklypurchasingplan-new using-your-52-weeks

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