The Robert Burns impersonator was quite popular at the Golden Spurtle. Here we got him to pose with our Steel Cut Oats and World Champion, Matt Cox.

Happy Birthday, Robert Burns!

by Cassidy Stockton

The Robert Burns impersonator was quite popular at the Golden Spurtle. Here we got him to pose with our Steel Cut Oats and World Champion, Matt Cox.

Today marks the birth of Robert Burns, the renowned Scottish poet known as the Son of Scotland. Robert Burns wrote such epic poems

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From L to R: Bob, Fergus, Dennis, Matt, Francesca, James, Linda, and Bob's grandchildren Sarah and Chad.

Golden Spurtle Visitors

by Cassidy Stockton

From L to R: Bob, Fergus, Dennis, Matt, Francesca, James, Linda, and Bob's grandchildren Sarah and Chad.

Yesterday we had the honor of entertaining some folks who help make the Golden Spurtle World Porridge Making Championship possible. They flew all the way from Scotland to visit our mill and take

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Mushroom  Soup

Thank you (and a winner)

by Cassidy Stockton

Thank you to everyone for your awesome feedback. We really appreciate it! We’ll try to keep bringing you the content you love, plus try to increase the amount of recipes we share and gluten free information.

2010 is off to a great start here at the mill. We’ve been playing

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Chia seed is about the size of a poppy seed and packs a nutritional punch.

Chia for Health – Dr. Weil

by Cassidy Stockton

Chia seed is about the size of a poppy seed and packs a nutritional punch.

Bob’s Red Mill is getting ready to launch chia seed next month and we’ve been busy doing research into what makes chia such a special seed. We know it tastes good and we know it

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We want to hear from you, please let us know what you think.

And the survey says…

by Cassidy Stockton

We want to hear from you, please let us know what you think.

Over the weekend as I was cooking and thinking, one of my favorite parts of being in the kitchen is the time to think. What I got to wondering was how you feel about this blog. Do

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new growth

Happy New Year!

by Cassidy Stockton

It's a whole new year and high time for some new growth.

Happy New Year! I trust everyone is recovered from their celebrations last week and hope that each of you has had a wonderful first week of 2010. We’ve had a great week at Bob’s Red Mill so far.

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Bread & Wheat

Whole Grains in the New Year

by Chelsea Lincoln

Adding whole grains to your diet can be easy and tasty!  Here are some tips to help you find new and inventive ways to increase your whole grain intake and enjoy healthier meals.

Top 10 Tips for Integrating Whole Grains

Replace up to 50% of your baking with whole wheat

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Bob and Charlee's dog, Annie just loves Christmas presents.

Winners and Happy Holidays!

by Cassidy Stockton

Bob and Charlee's dog, Annie just loves Christmas presents.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our last giveaway of the year. I wish I could give a cookbook to everyone who participated. I select winners from your comments randomly- honest to goodness- and it just so happens that Amy

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A veritable treasury of delicious, vegan recipes.

One last giveaway for the year and winners!

by Cassidy Stockton

First and foremost, we’ve got some winners from Tuesday’s contest. Congratulations go to Libby who won Whole Grains, Every Day, Every Way by Lorna Sass and Joanna who won Artisan Bread in Five Minutes A Day by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François. Thank you to all who participated in the

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It was very cold serving oatmeal, but the sunshine helped.

Bend Cyclocross Nationals Recap

by Cassidy Stockton

It was very cold serving oatmeal, but the sunshine helped.

The weather was frightful, but the oatmeal was delightful! The Nationals for Cyclocross took place last weekend in Bend, Oregon and riders from all over the country flocked to watch and ride against some of the best in the country.

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