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E is for Eggs

You know the slogan, The Incredible, Edible Egg. I completely agree. And as long as you are not allergic to eggs, they are a workhorse ingredient in the gluten free diet. Gluten free baked goods benefit from the flavor, protein, nutrition and moisture eggs provide. Breads, muffins and cakes rise higher, taste better, are less […]

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B is for Buckwheat

At our house, we love breakfast for dinner. And 100% buckwheat waffles are often our go to choice. I do not use 16 different flours, just buckwheat flour. No need for gums either. I adapted a popular buckwheat and wheat pancake recipe so it is now gluten free and much, much lower in fat. You […]

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A is for Amaranth

Amaranth is an ancient crop making a new debut in the last 20 years. It is a tiny seed, mostly tan with a few black seeds mixed in. It has a mild flavor, similar to rice but without the rice aroma. And it is a nutritional powerhouse. yours truly out standing in amaranth photo by […]

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