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Real bread, red bread

The expression “the best thing since sliced bread” is profoundly ironic. Grain is packed with nutrients, but plastic wrapped sliced “bread” is generally made with flour that’s been ground with hot steel rollers, which damage and degrade the nutrients, and then baked with the Chorleywood Bread Process (CBP), a heinously misguided mechanisation of the bread-making process developed in England in the 1950s. 1,053 more words


Zucchini Fritters

  • 2 large zucchini, grated
  • 1 small red onion, grated
  • 1/2 cup freshly milled whole grain flour (I prefer kamut but you may also use gluten free)
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"Oh-So-Cute" Easter Biscuits (with a spelt & honey recipe option)

As Easter is fast approaching, we wanted to share this recipe that Alicia uses for these “Oh-so-Cute”  Easter biscuits. Alicia has provided two different biscuit dough recipes — “Dough One” is made with regular wheat-flour and sugar and “Dough Two” is made with spelt flour and honey (instead of regular sugar.) Either dough works well so pick the one you are most comfortable with. 1,377 more words


Fruit & Nut Soda Bread

 “We’ve always found the Irish a bit odd. They refuse to be English” – Winston Churchill

My foray into the world of Baking with Wholegrains continues to be, shall we say, challenging. 1,929 more words


Tonight’s meal of choice was Mexican inspired Chicken stuffed Wholemeal Tortillas with Wholegrain Rice and Avocado. These are a must if you’re craving something a little spicy and perhaps something that feels a lot naughtier than what it actually is! 194 more words

Graze Box

Graze is a monthly subscription service offering healthy snacks. I was completely unaware of Graze until a commercial came across my TV while watching the latest episode of The Walking Dead, which was amazing by the way. 832 more words

Chili Lime Pistachios