MATTHEW T. STALLBAUMERFor a delicious, high-fiber breakfast this winter, try toasting and mixing your own whole grain cereals. First, crack grains in a mill on coarse setting. Then toast cracked grain in a hot and dry cast-iron skillet, stirring constantly to keep the grain from burning. When slightly toasted, the grain will start popping and give off a nutty aroma. Remove the skillet to a rack to cool. After the grain cools completely, store it in a jar with a tight lid and a label.
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