The simple act of making food from scratch can have a lifetime, even generational, effect on people’s health. Join us as we look at the history of whole grains, the milling process, and how the economy shaped the food we consume and the nutrition we lost in the...
There is something about homemade bread that is unlike any other food. The warmth, smell and texture are pleasing, but bread also holds a sense of nostalgia. Many of us can remember our parents making fresh bread (even if it was made from a frozen loaf). Or the...
Getting a new Lee Household Flour Mill is an exciting endeavor. Whole grain baked goods await! But before you start baking, we wanted to share this short video that shows how the mill works. Together with the User Guide that accompanies the mill, this hopefully makes...
Looking for healthy foods to eat to lose weight? Whether you want to lose weight, or are trying to maintain a healthy body weight, whole grains are an important part of your overall approach . . . .
With a growing complexity of environmental, nutritional and other factors affecting our health, it’s good to know that there are steps we can take to increase our chances of a longer, healthier life. One of those steps, as suggested by various nutritional studies, is consuming more whole grains.
For many Americans, the busyness of our lives keeps us moving but not exercising, eating fast instead of healthy, and generally not taking as good of care of ourselves as we should. When we consider making a change, it may seem impossible because there’s just “no time.” Unfortunately, if we don’t change, it will catch up with us.
Being diagnosed with any disease can cause a panic (“What can I do?”) and then reflection (“What could I have done differently?”). In the case of diabetes, something can be done at any stage….
Gluten and gluten-free foods have recently become prominent ever since gluten sensitivity was recognized as a condition. Now, plenty of food manufacturers are offering gluten-free alternatives and more and more people are adopting gluten-free diets….
“We love the mill! We use it every day for things from bread, to pastry and it is phenomenal. The biggest selling point for me was the fineness since that would mean we can really do some great pastry with it in addition to bread. It definitely has been great!"
BEN FROM NORTH CAROLINA