I am worried that having a class on wheat has sent the wrong message to some.
As was discussed in the first food storage “lecture” I gave, you should store what you and your family will eat! If you don’t, or won’t, eat wheat — or don’t want to deal with grinding it — then please don’t feel that you have to buy it or that “the Church” wants you to buy it!
I thought wheat would be a good place to start because if you don’t have anything else, you could probably survive on bread if you had to! Remember, you can store flour — you’ll just have to use it more quickly then wheat. But that is OK — especially if you are just beginning and especially if you are working on your three-month supply first.
Please only store what you will eat; and please don’t go into debt to purchase a grinder or any other food storage item!!!
Concernedly, Debbie Horton