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As brewchez indicated, flaked wheat can be used directly. However, if that isn't easily obtainable for you, your next best option is to use a blender. You can blend 1-2 cups at a time this way. It helps to add a little bit of water to the mix to help keep the kernels from bouncing around as much. Just keep pulsing the blender until the wheat kernels are the ...
I doubt that the wheat was too hard for your LHBS' mill (which is likely motorized and has heavy stainless steel rollers). The issue is that the gap is too big, and the knurled rollers have nothing to grab onto. So the wheat falls between the rollers without being crushed. Reknowned homebrewer and beer historian Randy Mosher states, "generally roller mills ...
Flaked wheat is your best bet. It is unmalted as well. Otherwise, if you truly have simply dried wheat you need to perform a cereal mash on that stuff to get at the starches (even if you did crush it).
I've only experienced it through a brewing buddy of mine. He used it to 5% of the total fermentables, the results were lack luster. It almost gets entirely fermented out so much of that character is lost. And then you're only using a small percentage of it in the final product anyway. The best way to get some tequila flavor is to add some at bottling. ...
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