Whatever your style, it's a great time of year to go for a ride.

It’s Bicycle Season Again!

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Whatever your style, it's bike season again!

Here at Bob’s Red Mill, it seems like there are two types of cycling enthusiasts, the truly devoted and the fair weather friend. For the truly devoted, there is never really a bad time of year to tune up your bike and head

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If you think you have celiac disease, talk to your doctor.

Do you have celiac disease?

by Cassidy Stockton

If you think you have celiac disease, talk to your doctor.

I have read that it takes an average of 10 years for someone to reach a diagnosis of celiac disease; 10 years of suffering with no clear cause. Ten years is far too long, in my opinion. Part of

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A whole grain is made up of three parts- the bran, endosperm and germ.

Whole Grains are more than the sum of their parts

by Cassidy Stockton

A whole grain is made up of three parts- the bran, endosperm and germ.

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard that you are supposed to be eating whole grains every day to reduce your risk factors for heart disease and cancer. How much and what type vary, but the message

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Bake for Hope

Bake for Hope

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Bake for Hope

This year we’re delighted to be able to help out Bake for Hope as they raise money for the search for a cure for breast cancer. These amazing organizers bake up everything from Granola to Ganache in their quest to raise money for this great cause, giving

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Kathleen Merrigan: the champion of small farmers. Photo borrowed from Wikipedia

Kathleen Merrigan: A “local” hero

by Cassidy Stockton

Kathleen Merrigan: the champion of America's small farmers. Photo borrowed from Wikipedia

A few days ago, I had never heard the name Kathleen Merrigan, but I should have. In 1990, Merrigan authored the bill that set standards for organically-grown foods in the U.S.1 Today, Merrigan is the deputy secretary

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Dried beans are a great money-saver and allow you to keep track of how much salt is used.

How to keep eating well on a tight budget

by Cassidy Stockton

Dried beans are a great money-saver and allow you to keep track of how much salt is used.

Everyone you talk to these days has been affected by the downturn in our country’s economy over the last few years. Either they’ve lost a job, or they known someone dealing with

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April is Sprouts Month

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All you need is a jar to start growing sprouts at home!

According to our friends over at the Whole Grains Council, April is the month of sprouted grains. Although sprouted grain can actually refer to a wide variety of products, we decided to take the idea of sprouted grains

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Jamie's Food Revolution airs Fridays on ABC.

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

by Cassidy Stockton

A few weeks ago, while flipping through a magazine, I came across a great interview with Jamie Oliver about his then soon-to-be-released show, Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. Most of us know Jamie from his past life as the Naked Chef and stints on the Food Network. I was impressed by

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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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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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