Item #: 21696
Wholesale Price: $39.75
Einkorn Flakes Cereal is not technically a brand new product, but because they sold out at Convention so quickly this year (all the people who tried them there at Convention scooped them up!), they’re new to most of us. This is a nourishing morning meal that your whole family will get excited to wake up for. It is low in fat, has no trans-fat, contains non-GMO ingredients, and has high levels of protein. This is also a great alternative for those who are sensitive to modern wheat. Plus, it tastes great! They have upped the production on the Einkorn Flakes Cereal to make sure that this can be a staple in homes across the country, and I think once you try it you’ll know why! Here’s the information for Einkorn Flakes Cereal:
Einkorn Flakes Cereal
Item #: 24327
Wholesale Price: $5.50
- Use a drop of your Thieves Vitality to make a nice warm tea that helps support your immune system and tastes like fall in a cup.
- Stock up on those Thieves Essential Oil Infused Cough Drops and Lozenges so your throat doesn’t revolt against you!
- Keep a thing of Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier in your car so when you pick up the kids or get out of the grocery store (or anywhere in public) everyone can get their hands purified and clean.
- Basically just get all Thieves everything in your Essential Rewards order this month.
- Get a few good books that you want to read all cozied up and prepare for those crisp autumn days.
- Combine ½ gallon of milk with 1 1/3 cup nonfat dry milk.
- Heat mixture in a double boiler to 190°F.
- Hold at temperature for 10-20 minutes so the protein in the milk mixture will make a better gel.
- Microwave jars with water in the jars. Add Saran Warp to seal over the top until the wrap bubbles up from the steam.
- I prefer use a large, covered roaster. Place jars in roaster. Fill jars and roaster with water. Bring the water to a boil for 5 minutes. Put the lids and rings in with the jars.
- Place prepared jars upside down on a cooling rack to dry. I place a clean dish towel on the rack to catch the drips.
- Place clean wash rag in crockpot. The rag keeps the jars off of the ceramic.
- Place jars in the crockpot. [I use two crock pots for 11 jars].
- Add water to about 1 inch from the top of the jars. This creates a nice bath to allow even warming.
- Heat the water to 115°F to bring the mixture back up to temperature. Shut off the crock-pot.
- Place a towel over the crockpots to help them stay at temperature.
- The temperature within the crockpot “incubator" should be about 110-120°F to provide optimal conditions for yogurt culture activity.
- Periodically check the temperature. If it cools off too much, turn the crockpot back on until the water is again warm around 115°F. It doesn’t have to be exact.
- Allow to stand undisturbed until the mixture is firm when the jar is gently wiggled. This may take as long as 6-8 hours. Note the time so that less care is needed for the next batch.
- Chill yogurt after it sets.
- Store yogurt in the refrigerator of up to 3 weeks.
- Serve with fruit or granola. Or enjoy plain.