Instructions

Welcome to the Heritage Grain Share customizing "demonstration" page. This is designed to show you what the customizing process is like. When you have signed up for a share you will get a unique page link just for you for your own share. These unique links go out Christmas morning every year.

Below is the the instructions for the actual custom pages.

Below you will find the entire list of available crops and the details about them. Please note that you have been given a certain number of grain share credits ("Target Credits") to use to select the products you would like to receive.

Use the slider bars under the item name to select the quantity of that item that you would like.

View the totals box on the right that will tell you how many total credits you have used and whether or not you need to select more or less to utilize all of your credits. You may select more than you have credits for and we will send you an invoice for the balance. That extra balance will be listed in the credit totals box.

Tip: If you move a slider to the maximum value, save your changes and then you will be able to select more of that item, until there is no more available.

Please note that the customizing process does not currently work on phones or tablets. Please use a laptop or desktop to complete your customizing.

Please complete your customizations by January 1, 2019.

Tip: If you move a slider to the maximum value, save your changes and then you will be able to select more of that item, until there is no more available.

Please note that the customizing process does not currently work on phones or tablets. Please use a laptop or desktop to complete your customizing.

Please complete your customizations by January 1, 2018.


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This is buckwheat with the hull on for grinding at home. Certified organic and Maine Grown. *Please note this is not what is known as Kasha and won't work well for cooking as a whole grain since the hull is still on. Hulls can be sifted out after grinding or left as part of the flour.
1.00 credits per lb
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This lightly sifted buckwheat flour is fresh, stone ground and certified organic from Maine.
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Certified organic and grown in Pennsylvania at Small Valley Farm. The most ancient known cultivated wheat, has a pleasing mild flavor with a softer texture than the Red Lammas or Redeemer. Great for shortbreads, pastry and pizzas!
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Certified Organic and Stone Ground into flour. See above.
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Certified organic and grown at Small Valley Farm in Pennsylvania. Ancient wheat first cultivated by the Egyptions. Delicious cooked like rice or used in a pilaf or risotto. Can be used to make pasta, beer, porridge, or used in soups and stews! A Grain CSA classic returned from the ashes!!
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Certified Organic and Stone Ground into flour. See above.
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Certified Organic and Grown by our friends at Aurora Farm. Sweet and creamy from the most northern latitudes of maine. The cold nights and rich soil makes these the most healthy and delicious oats you'll find.
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Certified organic Rolled oats, perfect for oatmeal or granola.
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Approx 1.3 lbs per quart
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Oats cracked, perfect for steel cut oatmeal.
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Grown In Hadley MA by Alan Zuchowski and Certified Organic. Red Llamas was one of the earliest wheat crops grown by European settlers in Massachusetts. It is still an amazing wheat with wonderful bread baking qualities and all around multi-purpose wheat. Pizza, pancakes and popovers all sing with this true heritage wheat.
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Certified Organic and Stone Ground into flour. See above.
1.80 credits per lb
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Great All purpose bread wheat from the fields of Hardwick Mass at Stan White's farm. Great baking qualities with a clean and sweet and classic flavor.
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Certified Organic and Stone Ground into flour. See above.
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A beautiful cream colored flour. in between whole and white flour. Stone ground and organically grown and milled in Hardwick MA.
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Certified Organic from Auroroa Farm. Rye berries are often misunderstood. They cook quickly with a mild and earthy flavor perfect for pilaf or an addition to a salad or side to duck or chicken. Rye only takes on the intense flavor it is known for when fermented with a sourdough culture that transforms its once easy-going flavor with the pungent sour tang of real rye bread. Eat it any way you like but learn the true qualities of heritage rye through experimentation.
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Approx 1.5 lbs per quart
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Certified Organic and stone ground From Aurora Farm and MIll
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Certified Organic Whole Spelt Berries. A true heirloom spelt with great bread baking qualities and the sweet nutty goodness of heirloom spelt.
1.50 credits per lb
Approx 1.5 lbs per quart
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Ground into flour. A true heirloom spelt with great bread baking qualities and the sweet nutty goodness of heirloom spelt.
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Grown In Hadley MA, Certified Organic. Golden yellow with a sweet and slightly nutty flavor perfect for cornbread, pancakes, tortillas, grits, polenta and more....A perennial favorite in the share!
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Certified Organic and Stone Ground into cornmeal. See above.
1.80 credits per lb
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Grown In Hadley MA, Certified Organic. This corn came from the historical back breeding program at Plymouth plantation and is a recreation of the corn the early Plymouth settlers would have eaten. Delicious, multicolored and truly unusual.
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Certified Organic and grown in Hadley MA by Alan Zuchowski. One of the easiest and most delicious snack foods on earth. A pot, some oil and 5 minutes later you are in snack heaven. Keep it simple with salt and butter or spice it up mexicana, cheesy nutritional yeast it, or drizzle it with maple syrup. Creativity is just the beginning.
1.50 credits per lb
Approx 1.5 lbs per quart

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This heirloom bean is originally from Germany and is also known as Trout or Dalmatian Bean. It is a sweet bean with maroon and white markings. It has its own distinctive flavor.
1.40 credits per lb
Approx 1.5 lbs per quart
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Very Rich in flavor, Red kidneys have a little tougher skin than most beans which is why they hold together so well when cooked. Excellent in soups, chili and casseroles. A tasty little garnish on any type of salad. An excellent source of iron and protein for your healthy diet.
1.20 credits per lb
Approx 1.5 lbs per quart
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Well known in early New England, this heirloom bean is great as a baking or soup bean. The name is from the markings near the eye that resembles an 18th Century European soldier. White with reddish brown markings around the hilum or eye.
1.40 credits per lb
Approx 1.5 lbs per quart
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A classic Maine heirloom. Great all purpose for baking, soups, stews and casseroles.
1.40 credits per lb
Approx 1.5 lbs per quart

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