I recently had someone share a terrific recipe for Wheat Thin crackers. It’s an awesome recipe and taste like what I remember Wheat Thins to taste like, since they are not available in Cameroon. I have to admit that I would still rather buy a box than spend hours making the crackers, but when you are craving snack foods, it’s amazing the time you’ll put into replicating those comforting foods.
Step 1: Find wheat, not an easy task, but I was fortunate to find someone selling wheat.
Step 2: Remove all debris and non-wheat chunks from the wheat bran. (Jonah helped with removing the debris)
Step 3: Take the wheat to the person down the road with a grinding machine, to have the wheat ground into flour.
Step 4: Allow the new wheat flour to cool; it gets hot being ground into flour.
Step 5: Sift the wheat flour for any debris missed and/or bugs.
Step 6: Now the wheat flour is ready to be used in any recipe of choice.
Many steps and much time later…voilà…we have wheat thins to enjoy for about 2 days.
That is a lot of work for wheat thins. We’ll try to have ample supply on hand when you are in PA.
DeAnna, I love your initiative and resourcefulness. You’re a hard-working, spunky lady!
This does not surprise me. You have always been a wonder in the kitchen! I don’t think there is anything you couldn’t do. Girl, you got determination and all those around you benefit from it.
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