Not as fine of bread as would have been made from Triplett's Hop-UP Flour, but is pretty damned good, if I may say so myself. Triplett's flour was sifted and rolled to the finest consistency with the lightest doughnuts, biscuits, cakes and pastries. The wheat was rolled slower to make a finer and lighter product with the rest feeding what became our bacon in the morning and steaks for dinner.
Triplett Milling Company - killed by Jimmy Carter paying farmers per acre to stop growing grain and selling off their dairy herds.
The mill was taken down by the Town of Culpeper, in accordance of the Constitution of the United States of America" property rights... and one of the greatest reasons for revolution from Britain, in hope it would sell in order to stimulate growth on the west side of the town. The mill equipment was stolen on roll-back trucks, as seen by witnesses and nothing done by the Culpeper Town Police.