Werke. Analysis by Gauss C.F.

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You may not make this e-book publicly available in any way. Copyright infringement is against the law. com/piracy. CONTENTS Title Page Copyright Notice Dedication Acknowledgments Introduction to the 1997 Edition Introduction (1976): Why Use Whole Grains? Glossary of Terms Some Thoughts on Bread Baking Kitchen Equipment WHEAT OATS RYE TRITICALE BARLEY CORN RICE MILLET SORGHUM QUINOA BUCKWHEAT AMARANTH NUTS AND SEEDS DRIED PEAS AND BEANS Recommended Reading Sources Tables of Equivalents Index Also by Marlene Anne Bumgarner Copyright For Doña, John, Jamie, and Deborah Many thanks to Boyd Foster, Al Guisto, and all the recipe testers INTRODUCTION TO THE 1997 EDITION When I began writing the first edition of The Book of Whole Grains I was raising my family in a rural setting; tending goats, rabbits, chickens, and ducks; harvesting vegetables from an extensive kitchen garden; and baking bread daily.

Add cracked wheat and cook, stirring constantly, until wheat begins to brown. Add stock, tomatoes, seasonings, and stir well. Bring to boil, lower heat, and simmer, covered, until wheat is tender, about 30 minutes. Add more liquid if necessary. Makes 4½-cup servings. KAMUT® AND SPELT PILAF This is a chewy pilaf with an attractive texture. To prepare the grain, boil 1 cup whole kamut® grain and 1 cup whole spelt grain with 4 cups lightly salted water until tender, about 1 hour. The cooked grain can be frozen or refrigerated until needed.

If luck is with you, it should drop out quite nicely. Occasionally a knife blade slipped around the edge of the loaf inside the pan is necessary. Occasionally it just doesn’t come. That’s one secret I don’t have. Bread baked with coarsely ground whole wheat flour sometimes turns out crumbly, because the large bran particles do not absorb sufficient moisture. If you have this problem, try grinding your flour more finely, and/or allowing the bread dough to sit overnight in order to soak the bran.

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