The fourthcoming Feature length Book from our organizer Benjamin Lester featuring 0ver 200 pages full color pages with everything you need to know about ancient and hielroom grains. The who, where, what, why, and how of Heritage grains and beans!
Before developing my recipe and process for making bagels at my bakery, I toured the famous bagel houses of New York and Montreal, each with their own unique style. This recipe is akin to the NY style with a dense chewy crumb. The keys to getting the bagel right lie...read more
English muffins Active time 20 minutes 1.5 hours total Wet 16 ounces, 100 degree milk or water 2 ounces melted butter 1.5 Tbsp honey 2 tsp White or cider vinegar Dry 21 ounces whole wheat flour 1 3/4 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons instant yeast Semolina or...read more
What Our Members Are Saying
These are just a few examples of the overwhelmingly positive experiences our members report!
I’ve been making your cool control whole wheat bread ever since you shared the recipe. It is indeed foolproof, and it is outstanding! Never before have I had success with 100% whole wheat bread and I tried for years. Thank you so much!…
…I made this loaf of rye bread per your instructions and it is outstanding!
Thanks to you, at last I am able to make
consistently excellent 100% whole grain breads.
Now I hope it will be possible to change my 2016 grain CSA from a half share to a full share. I will go the website later on and try to do that.
Many thanks again!Brent Jackson
Grinding wheat berries and other grains to bake with has been part of our lifestyle for many years. When Ben started the PVGH CSA, we jumped at the opportunity to buy wheat that was locally grown. Now, we’ve experimented with the different varieties of wheat available from PVGH, and we have learned what our favorites are for biscuits, cookies, crumble, crusts, etc. The quality is phenomenal, and each year the distribution process has provided increased flexibility of choice. Thank you, PVHG; keep it up!
As someone who chooses not to eat wheat, I’ve gotten a lot of value out of the grain share.
Most of the baking I do is with the oats, buckwheat and corn from the share, which I grind into flour. I’m very happy with the results.
The variety of beans available is wonderful and the popcorn is always a highlight for me.
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