To add to Andrew’s long list of amazing resources that he’s pulled together for this year’s October Unprocessed I’d like to share my homemade “Larabar” recipes with you. Good luck with your transition to real food!
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Although I eat a vegetarian diet more often than not, beef jerky is something that deeply appeals to me and satisfies my inner pioneer. It connects me to a time-honored process of preserving food which is deeply rewarding and evokes simpler times.
What do you recommend for healthier options to replace Snickers, Twix Bars, Cokes, and Slush Puppies?
Snacks are the perfect vehicle for expanding your family’s palate because they are relatively low-pressure and low-commitment.
Junk food can become real food with just a few tweaks — and so it is with this version of homemade Fritos.
I had no idea that one could make hummus from garbanzo flour (I’d always started with whole garbanzo beans), but if it’s a recipe on the back of a Bob’s Red Mill bag, it’s bound to be good.
Beth Lee is a food and wine lover, seasoned marketing professional, mom of two impossibly great kids (she puts the emphasis on “impossible”), wife to dormant chef, chauffeur, golfer, and can be overheard frequently exclaiming, OMG! Yummy. Today she shares some of her favorite snacking tips for busy parents, but you certainly don’t have to be a parent (busy or otherwise) to find them helpful!
Grissini are thin breadsticks, often made with herbs and topped with coarse salt. This easy recipe uses 100% whole wheat flour, which, as you can imagine, makes me very happy indeed.