Grains – Wheat, rye, oats
Its time again to update your rice storage. Rice can be used in so many ways so its and ideal food to store and use. See that you store it up in patience, in trust in the Lord and in wisdom. Store up rice not in the panic or fear common to man. What is written on your heart as you work on storing your rice is as important as the service your are rendering. As you labour be at peace, schedule an hour of your time, and work hard in faith on this, your wise stewardship. And if possible … sing as you work. (more…)
Sometimes, your wheat may need to be checked for moisture content. On a hot sunny day you can dry your wheat.
I have dried my wheat on the trampoline in the sun. The summer breeze dried the grain in just a few hours. (more…)
The simple trick is to cook 1/2 cup of wheat every day in a food thermos.
I learned this simple way to get the family accustomed to eating whole wheat. Add a little cooked wheat as an ingredient to most meals. Especially breakfast. (more…)
Use this presentation with your group to show how to preserve food using dry ice. (more…)
I think that storing grain using dry ice, CO2, is the easiest method to preserve wheat. I have stored 4 or 5 sacks of grain by myself but it’s easier with two or more people working together. (more…)
Some of the best food storage containers are the 10 litre and 15 liter Space-Savers. They are ideal for storing grain and bulk food. Buy them 2nd Hand from fruit pie makers across New Zealand.
They are rodent resistant, food quality plastic that should survive a bump in an earthquake. (more…)
You can have your New Zealand wheat delivered to your home by courier. Have your containers ready.
Put your wheat into containers on the same day it arrives at your home.
Have your storage containers ready before you (more…)
Josiah and I discovered a secret to milling oat flour from whole oats.
We were trying to make oat flour for our home baked bread when we discovered the oats were too soft for the grain mill.
It kept clogging up the mill stones. (more…)