Is this a place where they sell everything in big platic bags? If so, back home, we have hundreds of these Amish "supermarkets" which are run for and by Amish (they let the English in , no problems).
So I go there to buy oatmeal and sugared ginger. and stuff that I cannot figure out what to do with. I bought some AMaranth meal. There was a sign that said this was a good cereal and tasted like baked grain. (never having had baked grain I bought some) When we left, we left instructions to mix one cup of this stuff into our doggies meals every third day. They apparently love its toasted grain flavor.
Anybody know what to do with mullein tea?
Don't think it's the same kind of place, but it's the same idea, I think. Most of the ingredients are normal everyday stuff, with tons and tons of candy to pick from. I stay away from those.
Everything is in bins where you scoop it out into bags.
I like the place because there are a lot of ingredients I can't find anywhere else like black strap molasses, wild rice along with other rices I can't find anywhere, powdered buttermilk, organic soy sauce and other sauces, specialty flour, all natural ingredients, etc....
I did grab some indian soup mix, which I haven't tried yet, but it came with instructions, so I think I'll be ok.
Wish I could help you out with the mullein tea, but I'm coffee drinker.