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Thread: Where would I find "wheat berries"?

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    Where would I find "wheat berries"?

    I looked in and now know what wheat berries are. If I want to buy some, where would I look in the store? With cereal, with flour, in a bag, box.......what? TIA
    "When you are in love with someone you want to be near him all the time, except when you are out buying things and charging them to him." Miss Piggy

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    Join Date
    Mar 2001
    You can't find them in an average grocery store. I have to buy mine online. Places like Whole Foods and Trader Joes would have them, though. I know some people get them from bulk bins.

    They are delicious and worth searching for!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2000
    Northern California
    I find my wheat berries in the bulk section of the grocery store. You also might check the health food section, if your store has one.


  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug 2003
    78704 - more than a zipcode, it's a lifestyle.
    I bought mine at Central Market, in the bulk section. It was with all the other wheat products. I also have seen them at Whole Foods. I've never seen them at HEB (the regular grocery store!)

    Your actions speak so loudly I can hardly hear you - Henry David Thoreau

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
    You need to be specific - soft wheat berries or hard wheat berries - when you purchase them. Better grocers (with a health food section) will have them, or just try a health food store that carries grains where you're sure to find them.

    Soft wheat berries cook a lot faster than hard wheat berries which take a dog's age.
    "There's no food in your food!!" Joan Cusack to John Cusack in "Say Anything."

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