I've heard it said that bread was invented when someone burned the beer, lol
Kind of makes me think, what I could do with spent malted grains? I eat a handful, they were mighty tasty and chickens sure do love them. Maybe next time I brew, I might try and mix some in with pretzel dough and see how they turn out? Any other ideas?I've heard it said that bread was invented when someone burned the beer, lol
Who knows... It's a stupid proposal.Makes me wonder who is lobbying for this regulation. Follow the money trail! My cynical guess: those who stand to profit from forcing farmers to buy more costly feed. Yet an other case of government regulation that stands in the way of good stewardship and common sense. Any readers used spent grains? I've only been able to access several buckets full in the last 10 years. Wonderful stuff.
Actually, you can make your own coconut milk from the shredded coconut. I've only done it once, because I already have several cans in my pantry.For me, shredded coconut. It lasts for ages and I use it in cooking and cakes. Not that I have been doing a lot of that lately - but if there are no shops about its something I need in my pantry. Cheap to buy in bulk too. I use a lot of coconut milk as well, the cans take up more room than the powder but they are easier to have on hand.