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“The Economy of Homemade Bread”


William Laut: I’m taking the next step in my baking by buying a grain mill so I can mill my own flour. Not only does it lower the cost to about 26 cents per pound, but it also preserves the nutrients in wheat that quickly disappear once it’s milled.

Diane Kovach: Sometimes [the economy of homemade bread] is comparative with what you

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