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Find sources of mail-order or local purchase of whole grains to mill for baking

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margretmh

Find sources of mail-order or local purchase of whole grains to mill for baking

I now own a grain mill. On-line sources of whole grains seem to be few, and shipping cost is a killer! Anyone out there have recommendations as to sources of whole grains I can grind at home for baking breads, etc.?

Thanks.

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qahtan

Do you not have a local health food store that has/or can get the grains you want,,,,, qahtan

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Darrinw2001

go to this site: http://www.breadbeckers.com/

you can order grains on your own, or they also have a co-op program that helps you save $$ on shipping.

Darrin.

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jpdchef

http://www.store.honeyvillegrain.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWCATS&Category=273 shipping is $4.49 per order(not per item) not used them myself,but recomended by a knowledgeable friend

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lgslgs

www.bulkfoods.com

Ships for around $6 no matter what size your order.

Lynda