Removing all chaff before milling?
Hey there, everyone. I'm very new to milling my own flour and had a question for you good folks.
I bought some wheat berries from a local grower and, while the wheat is mostly chaff free, there are still a few berries with the hulls on. There are enough of them that removing them is definitely an extra step in the bread making process. So, my question is: Does it matter if a handful of grains with the hulls still on get ground?
I sifted my flour after grinding and found that there were papery bits left over, which I assume belonged to the hulls.
Anyhow, thanks for your help in this regard. The flour tastes great, but I was wondering if leaving the husks on a few will cause problems I'm not considering.