View Full Version : Where do I get the wheat berries ?
09-13-2005, 11:59 AM
HEllo I want to make some of the yummy looking recipes like the buns or calzone but do not have a clue as to where to get the wheat berries at.. Please someone let me know...
I have the Living On live Food, and love almost everything i have tried already.. Thanks Sheila
09-13-2005, 12:15 PM
The health food store!
If you dont see them, ask them to get them for you.
I also found them once at a small family owned nursery and garden center in the section for cover crops.
09-13-2005, 01:45 PM
Thanks Carmel.. one other question... It says online raw buckwheat groats, is this the same thing? or hard red wheat berries for sprouting and grinding into flour, is this the same thing.. don't want to get the wrong thing... sheila
09-13-2005, 02:18 PM
No, buckwheat is not the same as wheat. Those are the seeds of 2 completely different plants.
09-13-2005, 05:37 PM
Ok, i don't mean to seem like an idiot.. lol.. but what do i need the wheet berries or the buckwheat.. or is it differnt for different recipes.. Please straighten me out.. lol... Buns call for sprouted buckwheat. And breads call for wheat berries.. So i really need both right? Ok but my question is ??? the buckwheat i need is suppose to be raw, so is it like a kernal that has to be sprouted? and the wheat berries are they actually berries? I am so confused.... sheila
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