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Hard White Wheat

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Description

Hard White Wheat, 45 lbs.

This conventional/non-organic hard white winter wheat is ideal for bread making. Breads made with hard red and hard white wheats will be very similar; the main difference is that red wheat produces a fuller, heartier flavor, and the bread will have a slightly darker color. If you're just starting out with whole grain baking and don't know how to pick, we suggest starting with hard white wheat. Note: Don't confuse "whole grain white wheat" with store-bought "white flour"! White wheat kernels are actually light brown in color. Store-bought white flour, on the other hand, is essentially nothing more than the endosperm (energy-producing carbohydrate) part of the kernel, with nearly everything nutritious removed in the interest of indefinite after-milling shelf life... which benefits huge commercial millers, at the expense of your health and the character of your food.

Our grain is triple-cleaned. It's also been tested, in the most meaningful way possible: By baking bread with it. You can depend on wheat from Pleasant Hill Grain to make bread and other baked goods that rise well, taste wonderful, and are packed with wholesome, natural nutrition! For those who may want to sprout some, our wheat is sproutable. Sprouting results may vary.

  • “The grain you sell I find it to be very clean and full of flavor and will buy from you again. Thank you for selling a good quality product.”

    – David B., OK

Beat oxidation! In whole-grain foods, the plant's cellular walls protect nutrients from oxidation. The process of oxidation begins to occur as soon as grain is ground, exposing the cell's contents to oxygen in the air. Flour that is several days (or more) old, has been exposed to oxygen that inevitably diminishes its nutritional value. The way to get full nutrition from whole grain foods is to mill them when you need them, right in your kitchen. Modern high-speed grain mills make it fast and easy to enjoy the freshest, best tasting and most nutritious food imaginable!

Convenient & safe storage: Our wheat comes in six-gallon buckets (or pails... another name for the same container.) The net (contents) weight of the grain is 45 lbs. When you store grain at home, it needs to be protected in a couple of ways. First, it needs to be protected from a variety of little critters who'd like to get to it before you do. Weevils, for example. And isn't this interesting: Chances are you've never seen weevils in the white bread or crackers you bought from the store. That's because weevils put no stock in media campaigns from white-flour milling conglomerates; rather, they know what's good for them, and they'd come after your grain from miles around if you let them. And mice have good nutritional judgment, too. Not that there's ever been a mouse in your house, but if there was... you wouldn't want it having access to your grain. Secondly, grain needs to be kept dry. The grain we sell is all dried to a very low moisture level that's optimal for storage and baking and guarantees that you get the most grain for your money. You need to protect your grain from picking up excessive additional moisture, which can be drawn from the atmosphere. The buckets our grain comes in provide full protection against storage risks. They have airtight gasket-sealed lids, Mylar liners, and oxygen absorber packets that remove the oxygen from the air in the bucket after we put the lid on. The O2 absorbers leave an atmosphere of nitrogen in the bucket, because air consists almost entirely of oxygen and nitrogen. (The oxygen absorber packets themselves are completely food-safe, being made of powdered iron and salt, which are kept separate from the product itself.) Our buckets safely lock out pests, and biological processes are put "on hold" in the Mylar protected, oxygen-free nitrogen atmosphere, so your grain enjoys complete peace and quiet until you want to use it. Note: If you don't already have a bucket lid removal tool, they make lid removal easy (see lower section of this Web page). Super Pail packaging is the "gold standard," the ultimate protection for your grain!

  • “This wheat is marvelous! The dough was easy to work with and the smell during rise and baking was better than I have ever had with store-bought flour. My bread turned out delicious—very tasty with good texture and lots of loft.”

    – Julia S., MI

Super-cleaned: All of our grain is triple-cleaned (also called "triple washed") to ensure purity and protect your grain mill from any foreign objects. (Grain that isn't sufficiently cleaned may contain small stones that will damage or destroy a grain mill... not to mention that you don't want such things in your food!)

Non-GMO: All of Pleasant Hill Grain's whole grain products are natural (non-GMO). This applies equally to both the Organic and the Conventional (Non-Organic) grain.

Additional Options

Pleasant Hill Grain offers over thirty kinds of whole grain products. Wondering which grains are gluten free? Check out our list of gluten free grains here.

Our foods category offers many selections of baking ingredients, delicious dried fruits and vegetables, long-term storable foods, canned meat, fish and poultry, sweeteners and more.

As a whole grains shopper you may also be interested in hand crank and electric grain mills and grain flakers as well as heavy duty Bosch mixers, Ankarsrum (formerly Electrolux) mixersHäussler spiral dough mixers and Famag spiral dough mixers!

Gamma Seal lids are remarkably practical two-part gadgets that transform standard plastic buckets into rugged, gasketed, resealable storage containers that are both air-tight and water-tight.

Exceptional Value of Bulk Grain

It's well known that basic natural foods tend to be lower in cost and much higher in nutrition than processed commercial choices, but we were still a little shocked when we compared the cost of a staple like whole grain wheat, to items on the shelves at a local grocery store. Our grain comes packaged 45 lbs. to a bucket, so we're reporting each cost here, for that same net weight. The cost of living index in Nebraska is comparatively low, so processed foods like the examples shown here are priced even higher in most areas. We came away from this exercise with a heightened appreciation for the low cost and exceptional value of quality basic foods like whole grain wheat!
45 lbs. of Wheaties™ cereal $248
45 lbs. of Capt'n Crunch™ cereal $219
45 lbs. of Nacho Cheese Doritos™ $259
45 lbs. of Maxwell House™ coffee $193
45 lbs. of 9 Lives™ (the cat food!) $98


Shipping Zones

Please note: The shipping zones below are for the 48 contiguous states. For shipment to AK/HI, please call (866) 467-6123 or email us for a cost quote. 

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Ingredients

Hard white wheat berries.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1/2 c. (100g)
Servings Per Container:
204
Amount per serving
Calories 326
Calories from Fat 13
   % Daily
Total Fat 1.5g 2%
Saturated Fat >1g 1%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 2mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 73g 24%
Dietary Fiber 11g 44%
Sugars 0g
Protein 13g
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 3%
Iron 19%

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Specs

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Gluten Yes
Allergens Processed in a facility that handles milk, wheat, eggs, soy, and tree nuts.
Diameter 13.4"
Height 17.6"
Product Weight 48 lb.
Net Weight 45 lb.
Origin USA

Shipping

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Reviews

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  • Hard white wheat
    By on - Verified Buyer
    I have been baking all of our bread for six years. Your wheat makes the best bread.
    12 out of 12 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Sharing the gift of great wheat
    By on - Verified Buyer
    This weekend I made twelve loaves of different kinds of bread to share with my family, neighbors and co-workers. I used a combination of hard white and hard red wheat for sandwich style, brown, soaked, sourdoughs and honey wheat breads. The wheat was amazing. So easy to use, from bucket to grinder, to soul satisfying breads. I have praised Pleasant Hill's grains with probably fifty people this week. I believe that sharing something so completely homemade says thank you in a very special way. Thanks to Pleasant Hill Grain for making this possible.
    11 out of 11 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Great stuff
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Clean. No stones. Consistently great.
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  • Fresh and Flavorful
    By on - Verified Buyer
    I ordered a pail of the hard white wheat berries when I invested in my KoMo mill. One cup of berries grinds up into 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 cup of flour. You know that rancid smell whole wheat flour gets when it's been sitting on the shelf for awhile? This stuff doesn't have it. Apparently I've never baked with fresh wheat flour before, despite my best efforts. The aroma and increased rise are a revelation. I should have bought the mill and these berries sooner.
    8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Love these grains
    By on - Verified Buyer
    This is the second time I have purchased this grain, & I love it. I mill it and make bread and pasta. Fresh, and no artificial ingredients.
    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Breakfast whole grain cereal
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The hard white wheat grain I like to crack it fresh from the whole grain berry my self for breakfast, it can't be beat. The grain you sell I find it to be very clean and full of flavor and will buy from you again. Thank you for selling a good quality product.
    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Great, helpful service
    By on - Verified Buyer
    PHG staff were great to deal with, not so with the Fed Ex staff who botched the shipment. Looking forward to grinding wheat for bread. Thank you PHG.
    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • Hard white wheat
    By on - Verified Buyer
    Great wheat berries for my mill. For pure wheat bread I do add gluten though. Grains are clean of stone and bugs. They are perfectly acceptable with no hashgacha, because they are so clean. A great value, with fantastic freshness.
    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.  Did you?
  • The Best
    By on - Verified Buyer
    The hard white wheat berries are The Best. I've made fresh ground whole wheat bread for years and the service & quality of Pleasant Hill is outstanding! Thank you for such great customer service.
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  • Love it
    By on - Verified Buyer
    We tried others and came back to Pleasant Hill. It makes yummier bread.
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