Grain stores much longer than flour, so its natural for many preppers to prefer to stock up on years worth of grain over the flour itself.
By doing this, you also save a pretty penny. But, when SHTF and it is time to open up your five-gallon buckets of grain, you aren’t ready to cook. You need to grind the grain into flour, or crack it open, at least, if making soup or alcohol.
Chances are, if you’re in the position where you have to mill grain for flour the grid is down and even if you have your own supply of power, you need a way to mill the grain if that fails. Luckily, there are still a wide variety of hand-powered m . . . Read More