Growing Wheat Like Wine: Kansas Producer Experiments With Farming Practices to Produce Optimal Flavor For His Own Table

Kansas wheat farmer Wade Bangerter is his own best customer. Each harvest, he scoops wheat by the bucketful out of the combine or wheat truck and saves it back to clean, prepare and eat for the year to come. But anyone can enjoy the nutty but sweet flavor of wheat kernels – also referred to as wheat berries – prepared whole and unprocessed – along with gaining a great set of nutritional benefits.