You can mill your own flour at home using whole wheat grain kernels (known as wheat berries), either using a home grain milling machine, or other home kitchen methods to grind the wheat berries into flour.
Milling your own flour is definitely not for everyone. As with anything, there are pros and cons to milling your own flour (or using freshly milled flour if you have access to a local mill). And it’s important to know beforehand if it’s for you or not.
What you Should Know Before Milling Your Own Flour
There’s a Learning Curve to Using Freshly Milled FlourUsing freshly milled flour is not the same as using your average store bought flour. It has different characteristics and will take some time to learn how to use.