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Sweet and Sour Vegetable Couscous

by Guest
This tasty, whole grain take on a Chinese classic comes from Jennifer Baldwin of Healthy Mamas and is just perfect for Meatless Mondays. Healthy Mamas is written by “just a few girls who happen to be moms, who are discovering and sharing ways to cook YUMMY and easy healthy meals!”
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Whole Wheat Couscous with Bacon and Egg
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Maltodextrin, Dextrin and Dextrose Demystified

by Michelle Abendschan

Sometimes reading food labels can seem a little mysterious. Ingredients like milk, eggs, and whole wheat pastry flour are all pretty self-explanatory, but what about the other things that are sometimes found listed as ingredients? You know, the ones that aren’t readily recognizable as food or even that easy to

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Spelt or Kamut Bread from How to Make Bread & Winner!

by Cassidy Stockton

Congratulations to Jacquie who won a copy of this fabulous book, plus 5 lbs of our Organic Whole Wheat Flour and a package of our Active Dry Yeast. Jacquie was selected randomly from all who entered. Thank you to everyone who participated. As a reminder, if you’d like to buy

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Lemony Whole Wheat Pearl Couscous with Broccoli and Salmon

by Guest

For April, we’re celebrating Whole Wheat Pearl Couscous. If you’ve not tried pearl couscous, also known as Israeli couscous, you’ll find it to be more pasta-like than its Moroccan relative. Couscous is simply a pasta made from wheat flour. Typically couscous is made from durum wheat in the United States,

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Gluten Free Cherry Coconut Banana Bread

by Guest

This recipe from Trina Gallop  marks the end of our month-long (and then some!) celebration of coconut flour. Trina blogs at Will Cook For Shoes where she shares her love of food, photography and basset hounds. Beyond her lovely photography, we’ve really enjoyed reading about her experience with cake decorating.

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