Ordered bulk wheat - wheat seed gall nematode
I recently ordered bulk grains for my new mill. They are organic so there is bound to be some sort of issue (knowing my luck!) as they are direct from farmer basically, after some modern machine level processing.
There are about 5+ "galls" in every 1/4 cup I've milled so far. They are super tiny, hard, pitch black kernels which replace the normal grains when infected by these wheat seed gall nematodes.
Does anyone have experience with this? That is, are they safe to mill and eat, should I scour every 1/4 cup I mill to remove them, or should I dump the whole 25lbs due to potential issues?