Learn more about Using the Fast Fruiting Mix
Discover some of the many ways you can use the Fast Fruiting Mix, also known as the Master’s Mix
Storing your Wheat Bran.
Wheat bran can be transferred into airtight containers and stored up to 30 days without refrigeration. It is ideal however to store your bran in containers then in your refrigerator. The reason for this is you want to assure two things.
The Wheat Bran does not get attacked by any bugs or other pests. Bugs love grains. Just like it is very nutritious for us bugs love it for the same reason. Many mushroom growers transfer their grain into mason jars once they receive their order. Keeping any unused portion sealed in an airtight container.
Secondly, you do not want the grains to go rancid. For mushroom growers limiting the chance of contamination is also critical. The reason you have chosen grains to work with is that other things love to grow in your grain. The key is keeping them safe until you are ready to use them. If ordering in bulk you should have a storage plan in place when you make your purchase. That way you are ready when your shipment arrives.
Non_GMO Soft Red Wheat Berries
Wheat Berries are often used in mushroom production. They are similar to rye berries and can be prepared with the exact method used with rye.
The wheat berry is the entire edible part of the wheat kernels including the germ, bran, and endosperm. Since there is not an outer shell you can eat the entire berry. Given that the whole kernel is left intact they retain all of their dense nutrient value. They are high in fiber, iron, and protein.
These soft red winter wheat berries cook up quickly. Their slightly sweet, nutty flavor and al-dente texture works well in savory meat and vegetable dishes and grain bowls, as well as in desserts and breakfast dishes. Wheat berries are the whole, complete grain, so they provide you with the maximum fiber, protein, essential oils, B vitamins, and other nutrients.
You can use these in your diet in or on, Salads, soups, breads, mixed with oatmeal, and so many more popular uses.