Thank you so much for this super interesting site. We are new to it, and we have joined as we would like to ask a question. We have grown some Khorasan wheat in an area in Victoria (Australia) that is normally considered to be too cold for reliable wheat production. Just a little half acre paddock, and it stripped really well.
But a local has said that because this wheat floats in water, it will be no good for milling for flour. She took some to try and was using the float method to clean the sample of any impurities, but said because everything floated it was no good.
We are wondering if this is so,and if so, what does it mean about the grain?
Thank you, and all the best for the new year.
Fiona and Andrew