How to Thresh & Winnow Wheat?

Answer Any gardener can grow tomatoes. The real elite grow wheat. Imagine how impressed your guests will be when you present them not only with a home-grown tomato on their bruschetta, but home-grown bre... Read More »

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How to Thresh and Winnow?

If you are a home gardener living sustainably off your garden, knowing how to thresh and winnow can be a very useful skill. It is the process by which you remove the chaff (the seed's outer protect... Read More »

The Best Ways to Winnow Blueberries?

Winnowing is the removal of field debris from harvested blueberries. Some winnowing systems involve offset cam vibration mechanisms combined with an air blower. A more traditional system uses two ... Read More »

Do i use hard or soft wheat berries to make wheat grass?

Hard and soft wheat berries both germinate into wheatgrass. Ann Wigmore, who popularized wheatgrass as a health tonic, recommends using hard red winter wheat berries to sprout wheatgrass. Hard spri... Read More »

Does wheat grass come from hard wheat?

The best wheat grass comes from hard winter wheat. Growing it is easy. First, sprout the seeds. Spread peat moss and topsoil about 2 inches deep and transfer the sprouted seeds. Cover with peat mos... Read More »