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W is for Waffles- Quinoa Cocoa

We eat waffles often at our house. But rarely for breakfast. Too much fuss, too early in the bleary a.m. It is breakfast for dinner, or lunch. The waffles might be amaranth, buckwheat, corn, Montina, teff, or simply Bob’s Red Mill gluten free flour. I use whatever I have. I started all of this long […]

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U is for Upside Down Cake

nectarine-red-plum-cornmeal-upside-down-cake photo by vsimon There are not a lot of choices for food related words that start with the letter U. Utensil works, but upside down cake is more satisfying. Today we stray from the classic pineapple and use stone fruits that are in season. Nectarine and Red Plum Cornmeal Upside Down Cake fits 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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