Hundreds of Amaranth Seeds in Wood Measuring Spoon

Meatless Mondays: Amaranth Cakes

by Cassidy Stockton

We’ve been working on a special project this summer and it has sparked in us a new appreciation for some of our more unique grains, like amaranth. While I can’t tell you about our new project (expect to find out in early 2013), I can share some of the delightful

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Meatless Mondays: Buckwheat Pesto Salad

by Cassidy Stockton

Photo courtesy of Melanie from Nutritious Eats

There is something about fresh pesto that positively screams summer. Its fresh flavors and snappy scent seem to cool my soul on a hot summer evening (of which Oregon has had its share lately). Buckwheat cooks in about 20 minutes on the stove

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Meatless Mondays: Savory Oat Bread

by Cassidy Stockton

I usually like to feature a main dish for Meatless Mondays to inspire you with a whole meal. Today, however, I’m sharing this fabulous recipe for Savory Oat Bread using our Quick Cooking Steel Cut Oats. This quick bread is so easy to make and can be done in just

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Meatless Mondays: Jalapeño Teff [Fillets]

by Cassidy Stockton

Teff is the smallest grain (technically a seed) in the world with origins in Ethiopia. Teff packs a nutritional punch with a high proportion of dietary fiber and iron and has an earthy flavor that can be savory or sweet. We have several delicious recipes for teff that include porridge,

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Hundreds of Amaranth Seeds in Wood Measuring Spoon
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Meatless Mondays: Hummus & Mezze

by Cassidy Stockton

When the weather gets hot in Portland this time of year, one of my go-to meals is mezze. If you’re not familiar with mezze, it’s a combination of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern foods that can be served before a big meal or, in my case, in lieu of a traditional

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Meatless Mondays: Bean and Barley Burgers

by Cassidy Stockton

An easy to make, versatile veggie burger, this recipe case easily be adapted to use a different kind of bean if Adzuki beans are hard to come by. We love this recipe because it contains barley, a nutritional powerhouse. Barley doesn’t get enough credit, in our opinion, in the culinary

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