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       Laurel, IA 50141
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Paul's Grains rye field, July 2006

We hope you come back again!

"Thanks for giving me the cornbread recipe...It's GREAT stuff. I live in Seattle, and my uncle in Des Moines sent your wonderful things to me. We are having a big wedding on our farm this weekend, and I wanted to use your terrific cornbread! Thanks again!"
--Paul's Grains Customer

Cereals Price List
Click on the name of the each grain below for information about it, recipes, etc. If you have questions on how to use any of these products, or are interested in having us do some custom milling, please contact us! We are glad to help you in any way.

Paul's Grains' listing of cereals

1-4 lb. 5-49 lb. 50 lb. +
7-Grain Cereal Bestseller! 2.00 1.90 1.80
Barley Grits 2.50 2.40 2.30
Corn Grits 2.10 2.00 1.90
Cornmeal 1.80 1.70 1.60
Cracked Wheat Cereal
1.80 1.70 1.60
Oat Bran 2.70 2.60 2.50
Oatmeal 2.60 2.50 2.40
Rye Cereal 1.90 1.80 1.70
Spelt Cereal 3.00 2.90 2.80
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~ How to order ~

7-Grain Cereal
This item has remained one of our bestsellers for many years. Using our unique recipe, we mix up a delicious blend of wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn, buckwheat, and flax. Simply cook as you would any other hot cereal, or add to any bread recipe for a nutritious, nutty flavor. (Full instructions are included on the label.)
   This item is also available as part of our Hot Cereals Sampler Pack and Best Sellers Sampler Pack.
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"I bought the 7-Grain Cereal at the farmer's market, and have used it in bread. I add 1/2 c. 7-Grain and 1/2 c. oatmeal and it's really good -- we really like it!"
--Central Iowa customer

You've never tasted real cornbread until you try some made with our cornmeal (click here for an easy recipe)! The open-pollinated (non-hybrid) corn is incredibly flavorful, and so good for you. If you prefer your cornmeal extra coarse or more finely ground, just let us know when you order! Many customers also use this product for cornmeal mush, frying fish, etc.
   This item is also available as part of our Hot Cereals Sampler Pack.
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"I love cornbread made with Paul's Grains' cornmeal! The way it's ground gives such a good texture -- just enough crunchiness and such wonderful flavor!"
--Central Iowa customer


Paul's Grains' oatmeal is steel cut -- it doesn't go through the steaming, rolling process that commercially available rolled oats does -- thus all the minerals and flavor are retained. It can be used the same as other oatmeal, in cookies, granola, hot cereal, etc.
   This item is also available as part of our Hot Cereals Sampler Pack.
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"I've gotten your oatmeal before and I just love it!"
--Central Iowa customer


Cracked Wheat Cereal
This wheat is steel cut to about the consistency of oatmeal. It's most often added to bread for delicious flavor and texture, and can also be steamed for a hot cereal.
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Rye Cereal
This cereal is most popular for adding to rye bread for extra texture and flavor, and can also be cooked as a hot cereal.
   This item is also available as part of our Hot Cereals Sampler Pack.
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"I made some bread with Paul's Grains' rye meal, and took a loaf to my neighbor. She said it was the best bread she had ever, ever eaten!"
--Central Iowa customer


Spelt Cereal
Add a cup of this to your bread recipe for extra texture and flavor -- you'll like it! This also works for a hot cereal.
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Soy Grits
Soy grits are coarsely ground soy beans. They can be used for cereal, if desired, or added to bread, but a little goes a long ways.
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Barley Grits
This is a coarsely ground barley; it cooks faster than whole barley, so is a good choice for barley soup. It is an ingredient in the 7-Grain Cereal.
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Corn Grits
Corn grits are requested mostly by people from the Southern U.S. that grew up eating grits. It is coarsely ground cornmeal, with the fine flour sifted out.
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Oat Bran
Cut slightly finer than Paul's Grains' oatmeal, oat bran is a good choice for those who prefer hot cereal with a smooth consistency. It's also delicious added to cookies, muffins, etc.
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"My father eats your cereal every morning for his breakfast.
He's 93 and still doing great.
I think a large part of that is due to your cereal."
--Central Iowa customer


Wheat Bran
Many Paul's Grains customers like to sprinkle wheat bran on their hot cereal for extra flavor and fiber. It's also good added to muffins or bread.
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Basic Hot Cereal Recipe
Using natural grains for hot cereal is much more simple than it seems at first glance. The following basic recipe works for most grains:
  1. Bring 2-3 cups water to a boil in a saucepan.
  2. Add 1 c. grain; turn down stove burner to low heat.
  3. Steam for 10-15 minutes, until grain is soft and it reaches desired consistency. (Makes approximately two servings.)

An optional step is to cover grain with water and soak overnight in the refrigerator. This results in a shorter cooking time the next morning, and, according to nutritionist Sally Fallon, it makes the grain more easily digested.

Click here for a special hot cereal recipe -- it's a delicious treat!

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