To make cakes, bread and other pastries, you may decide to exchange your usual and common whole-wheat flour for something a little bit more special: multigrain flour. There's no need to buy it at the supermarket when you can easily make it at home in a very few steps.
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Things you need
- 2 cups dry oats
- 1 cup corn
- 1 cup soy
- 1 cup barley
- 1 cup brown rice
- 1 cup flaxseeds
- 1 cup wheat germ
- Electric grain mill
- Large bowl
- Whole-wheat flour
- All-purpose flour
- Large wooden spoon
Grind 2 cups of dry oats, 1 cup of corn, 1 cup of soy, 1 cup of barley, 1 cup of brown rice, 1 cup of flaxseeds and 1 cup of wheat germ in an electric grain mill for 1 minute.
Transfer the mix to a large bowl.
Add whole-wheat flour and all-purpose flour to the mix. The amount you add will depend on your preferences and the products you will make from the flour.
Mix together all the ingredients in the bowl with the large wooden spoon for 1 minute. You now have your own multigrain flour ready to use.
Tips and warnings
- Keep some of the seeds aside and spread them over the multigrain flour before preparing your own bread. It will add some crunchiness to the bread.
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