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    there is a chance I may be able to buy 5 gallon buckets of both red and white wheat berries,, I need to know which one is used for what type of flour,, I'll be needing the right kind for making semolina flour for pasta and regular flour for bread baking,, anyone here in the forum know which is which? thanks yall

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    Still looking for a supplier of that elusive Quadrotriticale.

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    I grind them together for bread and use the white for pasta making.
    What kind of grinder do you have? I purchased a Wonder Mill Deluxe a few years back. I wouldn't part with it for all the tea in China! I love really fine ground flour and it does an awesome job. I also have the nut grinding stones for it to make nut butters but I can also make stone ground flour for more old tradition breads. If you want to use red wheat berries for old fashion bread, mix it with some dark rye wheat. It really boosts the flavor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winni View Post
    Still looking for a supplier of that elusive Quadrotriticale.
    No longer available, tribbles got it all.

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