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Sourdough Banana Bread Recipe AND Art in August.

Two things going on here today. First, sourdough banana bread. Oh, yes, I went there. Cream together 5 tbsp butter, 1 tsp salt, and 3/4 loosely packed brown sugar. Add 1 and 1/3 cups fresh whole wheat flour, 2 eggs, … Continue reading

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Updated Chocolate Hazelnut Spread Recipe

Some of you may remember this recent recipe of mine for chocolate hazelnut spread. Yeah. This is about how long it took us to get through the last batch. Turns out, 2 and a half cups lasts a pretty long … Continue reading

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Chocolate Hazelnut Spread Recipe

Who doesn’t love Nutella? Chocolate and hazelnut goodness that you can spread over just about anything? Yes, please! Hydrogenated who-knows-what-really that screws with your system and destroys your health? Uuuhhh, nevermind… Well, so, I decided to give my own a … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Oatmeal Recipe

So, my husband is a holistic health counselor. He guides people on how to eat and live more healthfully. And for some reason, when people hear this, they always think tofu and carrot sticks. I would laugh at how misguided … Continue reading

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Sourdough Focaccia Recipe

I’ve had a fan request for ye olde FOCACCIA RECIPE. Not sure why…except that it’s the most delicious and easiest jumping-off point into the world of sourdough! Turn the oven on to 200°F. Do this first. l load up my … Continue reading

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Sourdough Starter recipe

I had a request for how to make sourdough starter. This method hasn’t failed me yet. It’s adapted from the Joy of Cooking.  Start with fresh whole wheat bread flour. You want the stuff available in the bulk bins of … Continue reading

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Chai recipe

Nap time is supposed to be my break time. Now if I could just explain that to 6 month old TG, I’d be in business. Passing the time by making CHAI from scratch. Simple enough process. Simmer whole spices gently … Continue reading

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