I love carbs! and who doesn't? They're filling and delicious and some people, like my 6' 4" boyfriend, Zak, require A LOT of them to keep going throughout the day. So, we eat carbs with almost every meal, but it's so hard to find high quality, minimally processed flour and sprouted grain products, like Ezekiel Break are SO expensive! That's why I sprout my own wheat and Zak grinds it for me.
I first learned about the benefits of eating sprouted grains from Sally Fallon's Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and Diet Dictocrats and haven't looked back since (when I can get it that is). But, the budget has been a bit tight lately since student loans are kicking in and our recent move to Rabbit Ridge Farm in West Virginia. Sprouting and milling my own wheat is a great way to make delicious, nutrient dense, food for cheap. It takes a bit of time, but it's well worth it.