Muesli is a widely used descriptor referring to breakfasts made with grains, dairy, and fresh fruit. The recipe that follows in this post is adapted from the excellent “The Swiss Cookbook” by Betty Bossi gifted to me by my kind Swiss cousins. If you are hungry for a wholesome breakfast that is fast and delicious, […]
You can make polenta for scratch, but a busy lady has to decide what is important in life. In my case, making polenta from scratch isn’t important to me. I’m happy to purchase it premade from time to time. Premade polenta may appear a bit odd. Many people see it in the health food store […]
What is sprouted flour? That is the same question I found myself asking as I stared down at the various bins of sprouted flours at the bulk food store. By sprouting a grain — wheat, barley, oats etc. — it’s composition is changed so much that it more resembles a vegetable than a grain when […]
Want to kick up your gardening skills this year? Have you ever thought about grains? This homestead is going to grow red winter wheat this fall and this book, “Small Scale Grain Raising” by Gene Logsdon is a fantastic and detailed book on all types of grains including corn, wheat, rice and much more. Check […]
Do you have a hard time digesting grains? There are several different methods you can try to make your bread healthier for your gut and natural leaven (or sourdough) is one of them. We’ve had quite a journey trying to whole-foods-healthify our kitchen – read on!
If it was good enough for the prophet Daniel, its good enough for me. Read up on this wonderful collection of soaked beans and grains – this makes a delectable meal!