Let Miller’s Grain House Help You Be Prepared

There’s concern about the quality of the food we eat each day, as well as what we set aside for food storage. Donna Miller of Miller’s Grain House is concerned, too. That’s why her company offers products to help you with your prepping efforts.

Donna Miller was my guest on DestinySurvival Radio. Unfortunately, the link for the show no longer works. If you want the audio file, contact me, and we can make arrangements to get it to you. Below are some highlights of our conversation..

The first thing we talked about was the Spin-Lid buckets she sells. It was a YouTube video about those buckets which brought us into contact in the fall of 2008. My first post on Spin-Lid buckets has been one of my most popular.

The buckets are popular, too, because every time Donna lets customers know when they’re on sale, the buckets sell out fast.

Spin-Lid buckets are BPA free, which makes them safe when grain or other food comes in contact with the plastic. The lids seal air tight. They’re ideal when you need to open and close the bucket several times to get at what you’ve stored there.

The lids are easy to get on and off with just one hand. They’re great if you’ve got arthritis or don’t have much strength in your hands. The bucket and lid are made to go together. They also come in several sizes. Click here for Spin-Lid bucket testimonials.

Donna didn’t grow up living the preparedness lifestyle. She began after she and her husband were married. Though she’s been developing her lifestyle over those years, she says if she can do it, anybody can do it.

Her preparedness was put to the test when her family’s personal situation required them to live for a year on the food they’d stored and what they grew in their garden. That proved to be a valuable experience.

Miller’s Grain House came about in a rather unusual way. Yet like so many good ideas, personal necessity bore fruit.

After a diagnosis of gluten sensitivity in 2004, Donna bought a grain mill and started grinding her own grain. She discovered her homemade bread didn’t cause gluten sensitivity symptoms. She believes processed, deadened flour in food causes problems, not gluten in whole wheat.

Donna started sharing what she knew with others. Her husband suggested she go into business. So she did. She says her husband is her biggest cheerleader today.

In addition to her business web site, Donna has a YouTube channel with several dozen videos on stretching food dollars, preparing various recipes, milling your own wheat, and more.

Donna has a passion to share with others the skills that haven’t been taught to most for the past generation or two. She gets her message out by teaching classes, primarily on bread making. Click on Classes & Retreats on her site for more info.

She has also done quite a number of Internet shows and podcasts.

She does all this because she likes playing with her food (as she puts it), having new friends and passing on skills she learned the hard way.

Many times people go to the Miller’s Grain House site looking for products to help them live a healthier lifestyle. Some start asking her about prepping when they see Donna’s emphasis on it. She wants to share the message that the proper tools and proper nutrition are important for preparedness.

At the time of our chat, Donna observed that many people were no longer afraid to ask questions about prepping. And a number of people are nervous about what might happen.

To help new preppers, Donna has a blog designed to nurture a preparedness mindset. She shares her faith there in an effort to show others they can have peace while prepping. Click here for GrainStoreHouse.com. Sign up for the newsletter and get what Donna calls a 12 step program on getting prepared. They’re baby steps anybody can take.

Let Miller’s Grain House help you be prepared.

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.