Nowhere did anyone say anything about the grinding part. This isn't funny.
The food processor was fruitless. The wheat kernels remained virtually intact, stuck to the sides of the workbowl, save for their little hairy stems that collected in a gooey mash on top. One appliance into the sink.
The blender did a better job, but only in batches of about 1 cup. It took about 2 to 3 minutes of blending per cup, lowest speed, with lots of stops to wipe down the sides. The motor heated up, as did the dough. This was advantageous since the wheat was still cold from the refrigerator and it will rise better warmed.
Here's what it looked like after a few pulses in the blender. A lot better than the food processor, but still not gloppy enough (I don't think):
Here's what I went with. This is just wheat, no other ingredients, not even water:
The clean up. Not funny.