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Sprouted Wheat Biscuits

In my last post about biscuits I stated that I don’t really care for them much. WELL……..I think I found MY biscuit! These tasted delicious! This is how I cut them out. ONLY once. When you mess with the dough too much they get tough. So I would rather have mishapen biscuits than tough biscuits. … Continue reading

Soaked Whole Wheat Biscuits

To tell you the truth, biscuits are not really one of my favorites. But if you are going to make biscuits, these are a great  choice. Even though they are made with whole wheat they turn out light and fluffly. They are not perfectly shaped because I only roll them out once. The less you … Continue reading

Cracked Wheat Raisin Bread

This bread is SOOOOO good! A friend made it for us about 15 years ago. I had forgotten about it all this time. The other day I remembered, and found I still had the recipe. Glad I tried it! I of course adapted it to be made with whole wheat and honey instead of white … Continue reading

Pancakes, my way

This is what the batter looks like after you mix it and let it set for a little while. I like to cook the pancakes in a cast iron skillet with BUTTER! Saturated is the healthiest fat you can eat. YES I said healthiest. Butter and other saturated fats such as coconut oil provide energy, … Continue reading

Pumpkin Muffins

Sorry I keep forgetting to take pictures each step of the way. I have made these with or without Naturally Sweetened Chocolate Chips. Either way they are delicious!!              Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins   1 ½ cups canned pumpkin 1 cup raw milk 1/3 cup grape seed oil 2 eggs … Continue reading

Waffles with Strawberries…and boiled eggs for dinner

  These pictures didn’t want to load in the right order today, sorry! Slice the strawberries and soak them in raw honey and or agave for about 30 minutes. This brings out the juices and the flavor. I don’t know about you but the strawberries we usually get in the store have hardly any strawberry flavor at … Continue reading

Soaked Granola

This is VERY good granola. Let me explain the purpose behind soaking it first. All whole grains contain phytic-acid in their outer layer. Phytic-acid can combine with calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc in the intestinal tract and block their absorption.   On a more personal note, oats give me a stomach ache if I … Continue reading