Vegan, fat-free quinoa bread

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It’s not easy to come up with new recipes all the time, especially when you don’t eat a lot of things. I’m really excited about this one, and I’m proud of myself that I created this recipe.

Since I’m plant-based, and I avoid gluten, also yeast and processed ingredients it seems impossible to make a bread. My friend told me about a low-fat buckwheat bread, I wanted to make. The only thing that I used millet because I’m kinda sensitive to buckwheat. Only two ingredients: millet and chia seeds, plus baking powder. It turned out pretty good (keep that in mind you need to wash the millet a couple of times because it can have a bitter taste), but I wanted to try a fat-free bread. Even though the other one was low-fat as well, mixing protein (chia seeds) with starches (millet, buckwheat) is not a good food combining. Read…

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ALKALINE ELECTRIC GLUTEN FREE BREAD, NO KNEAD & GRAIN FREE | THE ELECTRIC CUPBOARD — Good Cookery

ALKALINE ELECTRIC GLUTEN FREE BREAD NO KNEAD & GRAIN FREE | THE ELECTRIC CUPBOARD Our last Recipe Video: SUBSCRIBE: Alkaline Gluten Free Bread. This dish is vegan and gluten free. Ingredients Needed and links to find them: -Garbanzo Bean Flour -Sea Salt: -Grape Seed Oil: -Agave: -Perrier Water: VITACOST – You can buy many approved […]

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5 lessons I’ve learned about writing flash fiction — Author Toolbox

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When you try something new, your expectations are set quite high. Some people give up on the new thing when it becomes too difficult or when the high expectations they set for themselves aren’t showing.

Last year I decided to join in on the first #FlashFicHive challenge (hosted by Anjela Curtis). This month-long event challenged writers to create flash fiction stories based on all sorts of topics and prompts.

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I’ll admit, I didn’t do so well at keeping up that month or in the following challenges (every other month, which is set to change to a weekly hashtag event starting February 1, 2018).

However, I did learn a lot about writing flash fiction (other than the 1,000-word limit). These skills, which I’m going to share with you, are continuing to help me as I attempt to hone flash fiction in a new goal this year — #52weeks52stories challenge (hosted…

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