Free range as opposed to caged?
As for growing wheat, you need a lot of acreage to get a bag of flour.
And the processing is more complicated than with, say, maize.
Then there are ornamental wheats:
I don't know, why wheat?
exactly. My reckoning is that free range wheat has a far better life with
room to move, it is more ethical and shoud ultimately taste better than cage
farmed wheat. I reckon free range wheat muffins will be lovely.
Oh, but then there's the danger that the muffins, coming from such
overindulged plants, will become narcissistic and will think themselves
too good to be eaten. Who knows what that would lead to?
went to a meetng this evening where a vegan had made scones. I asked whether
they were made with free range wheat. People thought the comment was very
clever, pity they didn't think the same of me.
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