Wheat to bread

It started when I attended a one week course by John Jeavons, Director of the GROW BIOINTENSIVE Mini-Farming program for Ecology Action since 1972. He is the author of How to Grow More Vegetables and Fruits, Nuts, Berries, Grains, and Other Crops Than You Ever Thought Possible On Less Land Than You Can Imagine http://www.johnjeavons.info/ 
He encouraged us to grow our own compost/calorie crops, so I decided to grow a 7m2 bed of wheat and see if I could make some wholewheat bread.
Standing behind the 7m2 of growing wheat.                           Wheat was harvested and dried in the sun for 2 weeks.
I threshed the wheat in a wooden box by moving my           Winnowing the wheat to remove the unwanted bits, using
feet in dance motion. The wheat comes off when it             a desk fan. It yielded 1.8kg of clean wheat.
encounters the 2mm thick, 50mm apart wooden strips.
Using a Fidibus electric stone grinder, I baked 3 small
sourdough loaves, in my solar oven.