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Jack and I have wheat as part of our food storage, packed airtight in white, lidded buckets.  Usually, we just use it to grind into whole wheat flour for our bread baking but Jack’s family has been making this as a healthy treat for years.



1 cup whole wheat kernels
1/4 cup oil
Salt and/or pepper to taste


Combine the wheat and oil in a pan over medium high heat.  Stir frequently while the wheat pops and continues to cook to a golden brown.  Dash with salt and/or pepper to desired taste (you can also try any other flavorings available for popcorn such as ranch, barbecue or cheese powder sprinkled over your popped wheat).


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