A long, long time ago, an edible grass called wheat was discovered. Wheat crops would be planted in spring, grown in summer and stored away in winter. The leftover kernels were replanted the following spring.
It takes about 3 months for the wheat to ripen, after which it is then harvested and stored in silos, until sold to the mill. Once at the mill, the wheat is cleaned, washed, and ground into flour. The flour is then separated from the wheat skin, and packed into bags, which are then sold to bakeries.
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