No, you're fucking wrong. Pay attention, now, because this is important.
Think about what wheat is to America. Think about this single crop. Wheat is roughly HALF of the American diet; last year, Americans consumed roughly a ton of wheat per person. It is the definition of a staple food product in this country.
Wheat in this day and age is not what it used to be. It's been bred, genetically and chemically altered specifically for SHELF LIFE. Corporate farms, the same farms that use chemical pesticides and rejuvenate the soil with artificial nutrients, have intentionally bred all of the whole grains out of wheat so that the products they ship out to stores can better survive the shipping process and last on store shelves much longer.
What's worse, the loss of the whole grains in wheat means that not only are you losing the flavor, you're also losing all the nutritional value, as well. What are you buying at the store to eat or cook with when you get bread, flour, or any kind of cookies or crackers? You're buying bleached and enriched flour. You're literally buying genetically modified wheat plants that have fewer nutrients than before, sprayed with harmful chemical pesticides, ground up and chemically bleached for color, with additional nutrients added that were 'lost' during the preparation process.
The shit you're eating from every store, shop, and restaurant you will ever eat at in America has been intentionally destroyed by (((corporations))) to save a few extra bucks of overhead. For something that is not only consumed by half of Americans, but is also something so integrally tied to our very identity as the United States of America, it's a national fucking tragedy to see this shit happen.
To save a few dollars of overhead.
By the way, I recommend looking into this guy, Dan Barber. He's a large proponent of farm-to-table, and he was featured on season 1 of Netflix's Chef's Table, where he describes this actual process I discussed and goes into great detail describing how he makes his food taste so good; it revolves around effectively making a farm a large ecosystem where you don't just grow plants, but you have cows and chickens and pigs and goats and fish and a bunch of other things that all feed off of each other and naturally make everything healthier, and thus taste better. He also has a ton of really interesting ideas for food that made his restaurant insanely popular. Stuff like feeding chickens hot peppers to make their yolks red and spicy, because they're immune to capsaicinor butters made from a single cow's milk, side by sideor actually breeding grains back into wheat. **The series is also great for foodies, though at this point I'd recommend that you