You're relaxing after a long day. What could be better than a hot slice of pizza and a cold homebrew? What if the pizza slice was homemade? And what if that homemade pizza was made from spent grain pizza dough? Where's the spent grain from? The homebrew you're holding, of course. We're going to call it a match made in heaven. If you don’t homebrew, many breweries donate their spent grains, so just head over with a big bin and fill up! A few notes before beginning: Store the grains in a large pot or bin after mashing. If you’re not going to use all the grains, you can store them in the refrigerator for later use to ensure they don’t get moldy. When baking with spent grains, a good rule to convert any recipe to use spent grains is to take the amount of flour and convert no… Read More
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