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GRIT Country Skills Series

GRIT Country Skills Series Winter 2018

The recently launched Country Skills book series by GRIT magazine is loaded with easy, healthy and do-it-yourself tips and tricks to make your life better. Whether it is making the perfect loaf of homemade bread or finally getting those backyard chickens, we have the solutions. You won’t be disappointed.

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Ogden Publications, Inc.
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5 minuti

Featured Comment “If you’re tired of making brick-like whole wheat loaves of bread, I have good news for you! … With this recipe, you can use any type of 100-percent whole wheat flour (I prefer organic) or even grind your own flour from wheat berries. … If you don’t have a bread machine, you can still make this bread. However, the rise of the loaf and the texture of the bread is likely to be heavier than if you use bread machine for the mixing and kneading. If mixing and kneading by hand, be sure to do so very thoroughly.” —Loretta Sorensen, Dakota Notebook in “Light, Tasty 100-Percent Homemade Whole Wheat Bread? Yes, You Can!” Rural Courier Let us sort through rural lifestyle articles, delicious recipes, and expert gardening advice for you and deliver…

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How to Make No-Knead Bread Have artisan-style bread straight from the oven with this simple, no-knead bread. MOTHER EARTH NEWS blogger, Karen Will, illustrates how easy and versatile the no-knead method is for making delicious homemade breads. Give bread making a try at, you’ll be so glad you did! Grinding Your Own Wheat A simple way to increase the flavor and nutrition in your homemade bread is to grind your wheat flour fresh on the day you bake. (Turn to Page 14 for more on grain mills and how to grind your own flour.) Hank Will demonstrates during a morning visit to a local television station in this video, Grind Corn With Bike-Powered Mill Relieve stress and produce food at the same time with a bike-powered grain mill. Join Jennifer Kongs and K.C.…

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bahe great! breadsticks

Ingredients 1 ½ cups warm water1 tsp. active dry yeast2 ½ Tbsp honey3 ½ cups Great River Organic Milling Lily White Flour½ tsp salt3 Tbsp butter1 to 2 sprigs of rosemary chopped2 cloves of garlic minced½ cup parmesan cheese Instructions 1. In a bowl mix together warm water, yeast, and sugar. Let stand for about 5 minutes or until foamy. 2. Add flour and salt to mixture. 3. Sprinkle flour on the counter top and knead dough for 3 minutes. 4. Cover dough and set aside for 10 minutes. 5. Grease a 11x17” baking sheet. 6. Sprinkle a bit more flour on the counter. Roll out the dough into a square shape at ½ inch thick. 7. Cut dough in 2 width wise with pizza cutter. Cut length wise into about 8 strips. 8. Grab each end of the cut…

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you too can bake bread

Let these five bread makers guide you to effortless egg breads, stove-top English muffins, traditional bread puddings, and delicious soups that make the most of leftover bread. These bloggers will inspire you to stretch beyond the loaf into soul-satisfying appreciation for basics and new comfort food staples. Super Simple Flourless Egg Bread By Leigh Schilling Edwards About two years ago I found out that I could no longer eat any gluten/wheat products. The news hit me about the same way as if someone had said I was not allowed to breathe air ever again. I mean … are you kidding me? Can life as we know it possibly continue at a table devoid of gluten? As if suddenly going completely gluten free in my 40s wasn’t hard enough, I soon came to realize that…

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milling about

Who can resist a loaf of bread, warm from the oven with a slab of cheddar on top? Or whole-wheat pancakes slathered in butter and maple syrup? What about tortillas fresh off the griddle, filled with beans, rice, salsa, and sour cream? These mouthwatering temptations can be staple foods at your home, made with flour milled right in your kitchen. Choosing the best mill for your family’s needs is the first step. Considering the investment in a grain mill, an understanding of the different types of mills is important before making your decision. Grain mills come in two types: the electric impact mill that bursts the grain open, and the burr mill, which rubs the grain between two wheels of stone or stainless steel. Neither mill is better than the other; they…

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