Post by rivervalleymama on Apr 2, 2009 9:28:20 GMT -6
In my venture to transition onto a traditional foods diet, I discovered that I'm sensitive to grain products that aren't soaked. Soaking grains and even nuts "...neutralize phytic acid and enzyme inhibitors. Vitamin content increases, particularly B vitamins. Tannins, complex sugars, gluten and other difficult-to-digest substances are partially broken down into simpler components that are more readily available for absorption." westonaprice.org/foodfeatures/be_kind.html
Thanks for the cool info here. I have been meaning to read this for a while. Great info in that article. Does anyone know where I might be able to find a good food grinder? I have looked here and there. Only found them online so far.
I think I found mine at bed bath and beyond .. they also have the meat type ones at ace
Ace is YOUR place Rita. I need to find a kitchen store. The ones near us closed. Concord, Bedford. I'm sure I'll find another. I saw the meat ones at Ace. I found one comparable at Tractor Supply for less $$ though.
Its just close Hey if you go to salem soon I just seen today they have a bunch of different ones at the Bed Bath and Beyond .. Never checked into a grain grinder .. would probably use my food processor
Ugg just looked it up wicked expensive .. not that much into making my own flower ect
Post by crftychk13 on May 26, 2009 17:55:18 GMT -6
They are expensive. I had found some plastic ones for cheap, but I would rather something that lasts a lifetime. ya know. We have family donw in Salem. So next time we are down there I will take a look.