Cleaning/sorting wheat kernels
I live in central China and there are plenty of sources of wheat. I'm not sure how to judge the suitability of wheat kernels based on appearance alone, but I do take the time to pick out any dark, discolored, or shrivelled kernels along with occasional husks and pebbles before grinding in my Hawos stone mill. Are there any good guides to sorting wheat and identifying bad kernels? I found commercial optical scanners exist, but I'm sure they are out of my price range. Ideally I would love to find a source of perfectly clean organic wheat ready to mill, but until then, does any one have any advice on saving time sorting wheat berries?