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Transitioning to a workers co-op!

Breaking News: Kevin Bodle and Janiece Black are joining the team! We are forming a worker’s co-operative here on Ebey’s Prairie. Putting the culture back into agriculture. Together we will be selling organic heritage grains, such as the delicious and … Continue reading

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Cracked Cereals – Breakfast Choice

These local grains are very popular in their cracked form. They cook faster and are a delicious, nutritious way to start the day, whether you call it hot cereal, porridge, or grits. It’s a very enjoyable alternative to oatmeal. Try … Continue reading

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planting winter grains

My neighbor, bless him, came over at 4pm last Friday to plant 2.5 acres of winter grain. He grew up driving tractors here on the prairie, and he knows what he’s doing. I get to ride on the back of … Continue reading

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applying the biodynamic preparations

We stirred and applied the biodynamic preparations after planting some winter grains to our little zone (14 acres) of the prairie yesterday. Big thanks to Alex for his enthusiastic help. The preparations we used are various compounds created with cow … Continue reading

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Where can you find local organic grains and flour?

You can find organic purple barley, kamut, & red hard spring wheat in seed or flour forms at the following regional locations: november markets: *Anacortes Holiday Farmer’s Market – A 2-Day Event! Saturday & Sunday, November 19 & 20, 10am-4pm … Continue reading

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Local Organic Grains – Ancient, Nutritious, Tasty

  Khorasan Wheat (aka kamut) This ancient wheat comes from Eypyt. It is high in protein and minerals. It contains a unique type of gluten which is usually easier to digest than modern wheat gluten. It tastes sweet and buttery. … Continue reading

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why rinse grains and preferably soak them?

It’s always a good idea to at least rinse whole grains before you use them since they are likely exposed to dirt and dust all along the path from field to market. Since our grains are USDA organic, they are … Continue reading

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