The Basics of Grains can often be elusive.  With all the fuss about whole grain everything in the media, one can become overwhelmed with nutritional facts, recipes, prices, etc.  There is a better way to provide whole grains for your family and increase their overall nutrition and it doesn't take a lot of time or money.
This class teaches:
  • The basics of whole wheat and uses for other grains like oats, barley, etc.
  • Time-tested tips for making homemade breads, tortillas, pitas, and cereals that rival store-bought products without any of the preservatives, sugar additives, etc.
  • Recipes for dry mixes that you can make ahead and have around all the time so that specialty breads are more readily available when you  need them.
  • Whole grain bread that rivals store bought breads in texture and taste.
  • Hints that will save you time and money in your kitchen and at the grocery store.
People take this class because:
  • They want to make sense of what it means to eat whole grains.
  • They are frustrated by the time and energy it takes to make bread products at home.
  • They want to learn a more efficient way to increase the nutrition of their breads without it taking an entire day to do it.

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