Category Archives: Wheat-containing products

Unlucky Charms

Are there any HEALTHY breakfast cereals? Simple answer: No. Let’s consider the most common ingredients in breakfast cereals: wheat flour, corn, high-fructose corn syrup, sugar. In effect, they therefore contain sugar, sugar, sugar, and sugar. That ain’t good. It explains … Continue reading

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Kick it, smack it, sprout it . . .

. . . and it’s still wheat. It could be organic, sourdough, low-carb. It could be red, blue, Republican or Democrat . . . it’s still wheat. Janet describes her experience with sprouted wheat: People have asked about the ‚Äúsprouted … Continue reading

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Upper Crust

If modern high-yield semi-dwarf wheat is the source of so many problems, just how bad are the older forms of wheat? Recall that modern wheat is a 2-foot tall strain bred primarily for exceptional yield. It is the combination of … Continue reading

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You can put lipstick on a pig . . .

How many ways can we modify, twist, bake, sprout, compress, ferment, or add things to wheat . . . and make it not wheat? Can we somehow subject wheat flour to lactic acid fermentation, for instance, to make sourdough bread … Continue reading

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