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Offline petef

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Milling your own flour for pizza or bread
« on: March 08, 2013, 07:50:54 PM »
Last weekend I began a new journey into the world of bread making and immediately I noticed the use of home flour milling machines that I never saw discussed here in the world of pizza making. My first question is, why is that?

My next question was; What are the advantages of milling your own flour at home?
After some quick research I found the short answer..
1.) Nutritional Value, 2.) Taste, 3.) Emergency Preparedness.

Milling your own Flour...
http://voices.yahoo.com/milling-own-whole-wheat-flour-3-reasons-consider-7480150.html?cat=22

I made my first loaf of bread using store bought flour, (70% bread flour and 30% whole wheat flour), but now I'm very curious about doing the same using fresh milled flour.

Here's the basic recipe I followed...
http://www.breadtopia.com/all-whole-wheat-bread/

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Offline trblaze

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Re: Milling your own flour for pizza or bread
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2015, 07:20:34 AM »
Just checking if you are still milling any for pizza dough?  I do and love it, only use about 10% of total flour from ground berries.  let me know how it's going?  Thx

Offline petef

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Re: Milling your own flour for pizza or bread
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2015, 09:32:22 AM »
Just checking if you are still milling any for pizza dough?  I do and love it, only use about 10% of total flour from ground berries.  let me know how it's going?  Thx

I only made bread from my home milled flour.

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