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In the last decade, long-term food storage has gained a more widespread popularity, bringing attention to the storability (and versatility) of whole grains. I strongly recommend learning more about the different grains and recipes for them, before being in a position of depending on a storage program you are unfamiliar with. Homesteaders have plenty of stories to tell about “learning curves”. You can actually save money NOW on your monthly food bill, and anxiety later, by moving into the learning curve on your own time frame.

If you are interested in a long-term food storage program, or just want to live a healthier lifestyle that includes freshly ground grains, I suggest checking out the grain mills that we offer and considering learning more about whole grains. 

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