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Wonder Buns

gluten free wonder buns photo by lsimon Five minutes, start to finish. No big scary commitment of time or ingredients. No need to hope, just hope for edible results. You are assured of gluten free whole grain goodness, light texture, and a perfect size for a burger or sandwich. Cook it lickity split in the […]

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T is for Teff

Teff is teeny tiny. Just the size of the period at the end of this sentence. It is dark brown and can be used as a whole seed, or ground into flour. Teff is a staple in Africa where the flour is used to make Injera, the sour dough bread of Ethiopia. Injera is really […]

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Pronounced keen-wa. It is a pseudocereal, which means the seeds are used like cereal grains, but the plant is not a true grass. You might not expect this, but quinoa is related to beets and spinach. Whole seeds, flakes and flour are eaten here. In some parts of the world, the greens are eaten also. […]

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