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Re: dehulling

Joshua, have you tried this method with hulled oats? I just want to be sure it works before spending the little money I have. Thanks!
sarahbaraann
Aug 4, 2016
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Surface sowing

I conducted experiments and found often wheats could be sowed to the surface without covering.
Charlie
Jun 24, 2012
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new link for home built threshing machine

i posted this link for a home built threshing machine. link is for make this link is for viewing it run http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ3aVJKvhX8
Chris
Jun 23, 2012
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Re: Buckwheat

There's no such thing as GMO buckwheat, and there's really very little (if any) difference between "ancient" buckwheat and conventional buckwheat. It's a very
cousinlucius
Apr 25, 2012
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Buckwheat

Hi We are looking for non gmo buckwheat seeds to plant this year on a small scale. Does anyone have a good price on seeds? - So far, we know about FedCo and
ambrosia farms
Apr 22, 2012
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Fw: Stop Monsanto's Sweet Corn

Please read and consider signing this.  Thank you very much.   Laurie Flynn   ... Please read and consider signing this. Thank you very much. Laurie Flynn
L F
Oct 12, 2011
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Re: dehulling

Rub hulled grains such as emmer farro, spelt farro and einkorn farro in a Mexican molcajete (like an oversized mortar and pestle made from rough volcanic
joshuamcnichols
Oct 2, 2011
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Re: dehulling

Also do a web search on I Tech. There is a site, that keeps moving for some reason, that has several actual plans for building farm equipment including grain
John H. Carver Jr.
Oct 1, 2011
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Re: dehulling

I believe the hull less oats are called aveena nuda.
John H. Carver Jr.
Oct 1, 2011
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Re: Sara Pitzer's book on grains

Sara Pitzer's first book on small grains, published back in the late seventies or early eighties and long out of print had much more information on threshing
John H. Carver Jr.
Oct 1, 2011
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Re: dehulling

All I can tell you is that oats are one of the hardest grains to dehull. I would never try it on my own. Have always grown hull less oats here. On the Golden
John H. Carver Jr.
Oct 1, 2011
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Re: dehulling

CousinL,   Try growing naked oats.  No hull.  Just what I've read.  No experience.  See my other post on the book.   Laurie CousinL, Try growing naked
L F
Oct 1, 2011
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Re: Sara Pitzer's book on grains

Eric,   Sara Pitzer's book does have some recipes for each featured grain, but it's not just a cookbook.  Each grain is given time for descriptions, growing,
L F
Oct 1, 2011
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dehulling

Does anyone on this list dehull any kind of grain with a hull? If so, I'd love to hear about what you do and how you do it! My only attempt at getting grain
cousinlucius
Oct 1, 2011
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Sara Pitzer's book on grains

... Laurie, I wanted to ask you (and any others that are familiar with it) about that book. I've been wanting to buy it for a couple years now, but I've
cousinlucius
Oct 1, 2011
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