In an e-mail newsletter from Donna Miller at Miller’s Grain House, she reminded me and her other readers that she had been interviewed by James Talmage Stevens, author of Making the Best of Basics.
I listened to the program with Stevens and Miller and would like to recommend it to you. It originally aired on January 27, 2010, and lasted about an hour and 20 minutes. I don’t believe the link for it works any more, so here are a few highlights from notes I took while listening to the interview.
* If you have wheat allergies, you might find milling your own flour doesn’t cause you problems. Refined flour has only a few of the nutrients found in whole wheat grain.
* Donna Miller believes strongly in living a prepared lifestyle. Don’t just buy preparedness and survival goods and stow them away. Practice using what you’ve got, or you won’t be able to use it in times of emergency or crisis.
* Popcorn is a versatile grain. Donna says the Wonder Junior Deluxe Manual Mill is the best for grinding popcorn.
* If you make homemade bread and mess it up, there are ways to salvage it. Making croutons is one example.
* Donna explains the features and advantages of the pails she sells with spin-off lids.
Miller’s Grain House offers small kitchen appliances, such as electric and manual grain mills, Bosch Mixers and the Excalibur Dehydrator. Donna Miller has dozens of tutorial videos on YouTube about kitchen and household skills and stretching your grocery budget.
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