Teff is a great quick-cooking grain. As a porridge or “polenta,” it cooks up creamy with a light delicate crunch which makes it highly adaptable for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, even for dessert. It cooks in about 15 minutes, perfect for busy weekdays.
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Not to say that all store-bought crackers are über-processed, but I’m thinking the majority of them wouldn’t pass the Kitchen Test. So if I was really going to embrace this month free of processed foods, I knew I was going to need crackers and I knew I was going to need to make them myself.
These donuts are a fantastic twist on the traditional cupcake. I love them. They’re basically cream-filled or jam-filled balls of awesomeness.
Over the seven years I’ve been writing about thriving gluten-free, I’ve found some pieces of celiac lore that just won’t die, even once completely disproven. For October Unprocessed, it’s time to put them out to pasture, permanently.
Gluten-free flours are becoming more popular as people are becoming aware of how gluten can play a role in bettering their health. Here’s how you can use them to make Pumpkin Whoopie Pies!
Yesterday we had another fun Google Hangout, with Carrie Vitt (Deliciously Organic), Dr. Jean Layton (Gluten-Free Doctor), and Lillian Medville (Lillian’s Test Kitchen). We chatting about living–and thriving!–both unprocessed and gluten-free.
You might be surprised to learn that there is an amazing array of ancient grains to choose from which are gluten-free. And many have become more widely available, even in mainstream supermarkets.
I eat like a cavewoman. Not the spearing-wooly-mammoths-and-wild-cats kind of cavewoman, but the hunter-gatherer type. Here’s why.