Monday, October 20, 2008

tell me #1:

Where can I buy wheat kernels?

11 comments:

More Caffiene, Please said...

Winco up here in Boise! If you can't find them there let me know and I'll just send you on some.

Amy said...
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Amy said...

I heart Winco. (Don't you love the little recipe cards everywhere?) ;)

Wheat kernels/wheat berries, can also be purchased through Distribution Services (www.ldscatalog.com) We can pick them up at the local cannery around here...how does that work in UT?

Also, we have a local grainery, (http://honeyvillegrain.com/) I get my flax and soft white wheat for grinding here (Pastry flour! Or mix it with hard red to make an all purpose.)

There are probably local graineries much closer to you... this would cut out the shipping cost (honeyville's online prices are higher than pick up prices, to help defray shipping costs)

I just ordered a catalog from www.azurestandard.com

Can't wait to hear where everyone else gets theirs!

jennie w. said...

Are you looking for red wheat or white wheat? The church cannery usually has red wheat, although our cannery in San Antonio has been limiting it to one case per person.

If you live in Utah or Idaho you can get it at several preparedness places. If you're out of state you'll have to pay shipping. This is usually as expensive as the wheat itself. The cost of wheat has gone up 400% in the last year!

I haven't really found a solution to this problem. Emergency essentials charges about $80 per 45 lb bucket (inc. shipping.) So expensive!

compulsive writer said...

I'm pretty sure you can get them at Macey's.

Emily said...

My mom buys her wheat at Walmart. It is only available in huge bags though...

Gerb said...

I get mine at the Lindon dry pack cannery. Can't beat the price! And you don't have to have an appointment.

Kaerlig said...

The Good Earth bulk room has them I think but probably costs more there than the cannery.

La Yen said...

Dude, I GUARANTEE that the Gryffindors next door have cans of them. I bet they would let you buy one off of them.

L. Mo said...

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wendy said...

Costco sells a good white wheat. That's supposed to be better for breads than red, easier on the system. The stuff we got from Lindon Cannery has relatively large amount of wheat with the chaff still on it, compared to wheat we've got from other sources.