Daisy Flour in the Washington Post

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A few months ago, I was invited to tour a gorgeous, historic flouring mill in Pennsylvania owned by McGeary Organics, who use the mill to grind wheat into Daisy Flour, a heritage brand available mostly in the mid-Atlantic. Today a story I wrote about Daisy, and their efforts to ensure the mills’ next several hundred years by re-introducing wheat flours lost to history, appears in the Washington Post.

I have loads of pictures to share, of the mill and of the wheat, but as luck would have it I’m on vacation right now. The photos are on a hard drive at home, infuriatingly inaccessible from afar, so once I get back I’ll write up a proper blog post. Please promise you’ll come back!

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  1. Eileen

    What a great article & what a beautiful mission: to restore heritage grains to a heritage mill and landscape.

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