stone-ground flour for sale to visitors.
Working windmill producing stone-ground flour for sale to visitors.
When a flour is advertised as stone-ground or stone-milled, it means the process used to grind the grain was with a set of large stones.
One of the arguments against stone-ground flour is that the friction of the two stones rubbing against each other chip off minute particles of stone that falls into the flour.
Scientists believe that the 15th and 16th century skeletal remains reveal a significant grinding down of the teeth due to eating foodstuffs made from stone-ground flour.
Crane Lake Duet, includes Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, cheese spread, knife, stone ground mustard, salami, dried fruit mix, Ghiradelli chocolates, corkscrew, and more, $40.
Pan De Oro - Manufactures tortilla chips made from stone-ground, organic corn.
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