Meatless Mondays: Fall in Love with Legumes

by Guest

As a registered dietitian and nutrition journalist, I’ve spent close to 25 years pouring over food and nutrition research.  And it’s led me to one conclusion as to how we can all live healthier, more vibrant lives. The answer: Eat more whole plants. In fact, there are now hundreds

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Kamut® Kushari

Meatless Mondays: Kamut® Kushari

by Cassidy Stockton

Kushari is an Egyptian dish that often includes rice, lentils and macaroni topped with tomato sauce and sauteed onions. It’s sort of a “kitchen sink” kind of dish and can include almost anything you have on hand. This is our take on this classic African dish using plump Kamut® Khorasan

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Bread Starters: Sour

Bread Starters Part Three: Natural Cultures

by Sarah House

We’ve prefermented.  We’ve baked.  We understand the basic concepts of yeast fermentation!  Now, it’s time for the grand poobah – natural cultures.

Natural cultures have unlimited life (you can keep them alive for practically forever with proper feedings).  You need only flour and water.  The only yeast used is that

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Bob's Red Mill :: Millet Stir Fry

Meatless Mondays: Easy Millet Stir Fry

by Cassidy Stockton

Happy Tax Day? Happy Monday? Not sure if either of those things go together with the word “happy,” but it is indeed Monday and it is indeed tax day. To start your week off right, make this fresh, simple stir fry for dinner and enjoy a healthy meal that’s easy

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Spoonfuls of Germany

Muesli Mayhem {Giveaway}

by Cassidy Stockton

To get everyone revved up about our new Gluten Free Muesli, we asked some of our favorite bloggers to take a bag of it and create something fun and delicious. They really outdid themselves. These recipes are beautiful and we hope they inspire you to try something new when enjoying

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Southwestern Black Bean, Quinoa, and Mango Salad
Quinoa Crepes

Easter Brunch Inspiration

by Cassidy Stockton

Who doesn’t love a good brunch? Easter and Mother’s Day are classic brunch holidays, but you could really put together a brunch any time and people would enjoy it. Easter seems like a wonderful reason to break out of the mold and try something new. We’ve pulled together some of

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Multi grain Waffles

Multigrain Waffles: National Waffle Day

by Cassidy Stockton

Happy National Waffle Day! If you missed celebrating this morning, why not whip up a batch of these easy multi grain waffles for dinner? Serve them with fresh fruit and yogurt for a delicious, simple meal or get creative with some of these fun sweet or savory topping ideas:

  • Peanut
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