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Power Hungry: Get Up and Goji Bars {Giveaway}

by Cassidy Stockton

I love when the universe comes together at just the precise moment and allows something to work out beautifully. That happened recently to me with Camilla Saulsbury. I met Camilla, who writes the blog Power Hungry, at BlogHer Food last June. She was very excited about her new book,

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Quinoa Hangout

by Cassidy Stockton

Please join us for a Grains of Discovery Hangout series on Google Plus as we explore the nutritional powerhouse Quinoa. Learn how to use it, how to pronounce it, why you want this grain in your arsenal and get some great recipes from our esteemed panelists Jean Layton (

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Discover Millet

Discover Millet

by Cassidy Stockton

Let me start by saying that millet is one of my favorite grains. In fact, it’s one of my favorite Bob’s Red Mill products. We see it most often in birdseed blends, but it’s been popular across Asia for thousands of years. Millet was revered as one of five sacred

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Discover Amaranth

by Cassidy Stockton

Discover the whole grain goodness of amaranth. This tiny “grain”—actually a seed—has a rich history dating back 8,000 years, when it was first cultivated in Mesoamerica. The ancient Aztecs relied on amaranth as a food staple and used it in religious rituals, earning it the names “super grain of

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Meatless Mondays: Teff and Sweet Potato Timbales with Feta

by Cassidy Stockton

Timbales are a type of drum. This recipe combines teff and sweet potatoes and uses ramekins to create a drum shaped dish.  Lightly spiced with Ethiopian flavors and topped with feta, which resembles a traditional cheese of Highland Africa, these timbales are a fun and adventurous way to enjoy teff.

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Discover Teff

by Cassidy Stockton

Have you heard of Teff yet? It’s the next big thing, I’m certain of it. Teff is quite possibly the world’s smallest grain (about 100 grains are the size of a kernel of wheat!). Teff originates in Africa and has been a staple of traditional Ethiopian cooking for thousands of

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