2.5 lb. bag.
What do I do with wheat berries?
Wheat berries are usually ground for flour. If you've got a home grinder, this is the best way to have a constant supply of cheap, fresh flour.
Over the years, Hilary has determined that Inverness wheat alone does not make lofty enough bread for her standards. It'll want to be mixed with white flour or our half-white bread flour, depending on what you're baking and what you want to eat.
The Inverness alone though makes great all purpose flour for pancakes, etc.
We often cook wheat berries, too. They're kind of like barley. You wouldn't eat a mound of them -- like you would rice, for example. But they're great added to soups, or in a tabouli-like salad.