Why store wheat? That was always been a question rolling around in my head. After all, I had never eaten raw wheat and to the best of my knowledge, wheat had to be milled, ground, and otherwise processed before it could become usable.
On the other hand, my education in all things preparedness had taught me that wheat – or more specifically wheat berries – were one of the cornerstones to serious long-term food storage. Basically every preparedness author out there recommends the storage of hundreds of pounds of wheat.. . . Read More